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Hill may return in January

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08:03 PM ET 01.02 | The already-deep Los Angeles Clippers' roster may become even deeper very soon. Veteran small forward Grant Hill, who has not played all season, is eyeing a return in January, he told the Los Angeles Times. "Hopefully soon I'll get to start practicing a little bit," he said. "They are stressing that a lot of it is how you respond. So a target date could be sooner, it could be later. You want to let your body dictate that." Hill has a bone bruise in his knee that has kept him out since training camp.

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, Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports
January 2, 2013  08:23 PM ET

LAC are LOADED! Geez..

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January 3, 2013  01:20 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

LAC are LOADED! Geez..

Loaded, but as we saw tonight against the Warriors they need younger legs mixed in with the veterans.

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January 3, 2013  09:52 AM ET

Glad You Didn't Sign With The Lakers, Bro.

January 3, 2013  06:07 PM ET

Grant wont get much playing time......hes on his last leg!!!

January 3, 2013  06:08 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

Glad You Didn't Sign With The Lakers, Bro.

You GUYS need all the help you can get...Jamison is unhappy!!!

January 3, 2013  06:09 PM ET
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Good news for the Clippers.Any word on Chauncey also?

Damn...the Clipper can put anybody in on any given nite!!! and wont lose a step!!!

 
January 4, 2013  04:04 PM ET

Time to Hang'Em Up Grant!

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