Free-agent forward Grant Hill has trimmed his choices down to four teams, reports NBA.com's David Aldridge, and the New York Knicks are reportedly one of Hill's preferred destinations. According to Aldridge's sources, the Phoenix Suns, Los Angeles Clippers and Chicago Bulls are also finalists to acquire the 39-year old veteran's services.
The Knicks came close to acquiring Hill in 2007 before he signed with the Suns. During four seasons with the Suns, Hill has averaged at least 11.3 points per game and 4.2 rebounds per game every season. He has also overcome injury concerns that haunted the prime of his career, playing at least 70 games in each of the past four seasons.
Because of his versatility on both ends of the court and his reputation as a team-first player, Hill has drawn interest from several teams, many of whom are contenders. He has said there is a good chance he re-signs with the Suns, but is open to other suitors.
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