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Grant Hill retires from NBA after 19 seasons

2 June 2013 | 3:26 am Seven-time All-Star Grant Hill retired from the NBA on Saturday after 19 seasons, ending a career interrupted by injuries that included an Olympic gold medal. http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/sixers/20130601_ap_granthillretiresfromnbaafter19seasons.html

NBA star Grant Hill retires

2 June 2013 | 2:53 am The seven-time All-Star called it quits after 19 seasons http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-400_162-57587224/nba-star-grant-hill-retires/

NBA veteran Grant Hill announces retirement after 19 seasons

2 June 2013 | 2:13 am LOS ANGELES, June 1 (UPI) — Veteran NBA forward Grant Hill is retiring after 19 years in the league, the Los Angeles Clippers announced Saturday. http://www.upi.com/Sports_News/2013/06/01/NBA-veteran-Grant-Hill-announces-retirement-after-19-seasons/UPI-91631370138536/

Players React To <b>Grant Hill's</b> Retirement NBA.com | Hang Time Blog

2 June 2013 | 3:48 am HANG TIME, N.J. Grant Hill, 19-year veteran and seven-time All-Star, announced his retirement on the Inside the NBA set on TNT Saturday night before Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals. When healthy, Hill was one http://hangtime.blogs.nba.com/2013/06/01/players-react-to-grant-hills-retirement/

<b>Grant Hill</b> announces retirement from NBA | Tireball News, Rumors <b>…</b>

2 June 2013 | 1:48 am Grant Hill has retired from the NBA. The 40-year-old Hill spent 18 seasons in the NBA and was a seven time All-Star but may best be remembered for a list of injuries which kept him from playing a full season. Hill only played a http://tireball.com/backpage/2013/06/01/grant-hill-retires-from-nba/

<b>Grant Hill</b> Retires – Career Highlight Videos – Wow! – EveryJoe

2 June 2013 | 1:29 am Following 19 seasons in the NBA after an impressive run at Duke, Grant Hill has retired. One of the most talented small forwards in history is hanging up his sneakers at the age of 40. Last season he played with the Los http://www.everyjoe.com/2013/06/01/sports/grant-hill-retires-career-highlight-videos/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=grant-hill-retires-career-highlight-videos

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3 Responses to Grant Hill

  • Dangelo h says:

    What Are Your Thoughts On Grant Hill Retiring? What will you remember about Grant Hill in his prime and his whole 19-year career?

    Do you think he should and will be in the hall of fame?

  • Fassil says:

    What Are The Difference Between Ethiopian Calendar And Gregorian Calendar? The Tropical/Ethiopian calendar months

    Solar year is divided into ordinary year and leap year. First, 365 days divided by 12 equals 30 and remainder 5 is called an ordinary year. Second, 366 days divided by 12 equals 30 and remainder 6 is called leap year.
    The Tropical/Ethiopian calendar month is a standard division of time (365 or 366 days divided by 12 months) is equal to 30 and remainder 5 or 6. 12 calendar months of Ethiopia are called Meskeram, Tikimit, Hidar, Tahisas, Tir, Yekatit, Megabit, Miyazia, Ginbot, Sene, Hamle and Nehase; each has 30 days, and the remainder Pagume has 5 or 6 days in a leap year.
    The basic problem in today’s Ethiopia is there is neither salary income nor income tax revenue during 5 or 6 days of Pagume. Besides, although the economics of Pagume is undiscovered there are many Ethiopians who illicitly believe that Pagume is the 13th month. I also was one of these who used to write Pagume as the 13th month. For example, I wrote that 13th months of Sunshine could not be beautiful with only 12 months of salary. Thus I recommended all employers must begin to pay salary to employees during Pagume and government of Ethiopia could mobilize tax revenue during Pagume.
    But I discovered very recently that only 5 or 6 days of Pagume cannot be equivalent with 30 days of each month so that it cannot deserve to be called 13th month. Moreover, both the 1953 Ethiopia’s income tax law and the current income tax law oblige every employer how to treat the income tax base of Pagume.

    “Employers have an obligation to withhold the tax from each payment to an employee, and to pay the withheld amounts to the Tax Authority the amount withheld during each calendar month, in applying preceding income attributable to the months of Nehase and Pagume shall be aggregated and treated as the income of one month.” Income tax law (2002) at 1873
    The statement income attributable to the months of Nehase and Pagume shall be aggregated and treated as the income of one month perfectly reveals that Pagume is a subset of special 12th month. This means that 30 days of Nehase and 5 or 6 days of Pagume is equal to 35 or 36 days of one month.

    2The Gregorian calendar months

    Grant and Hill (1962:41-42) explained that the calendar in use is the Gregorian calendar, and dates from the year 1582, when Pope Gregory caused the necessary changes to be made in the calculation of the calendar. They asserted that before 1582, in accordance with the Julian calendar, every fourth year was made a leap year. If that were correct, then the length of the year would be 365 1/4 days; but the length of the year was rather less than that (365.242 days). The error amounted to rather more than three days in each 400 years. To make allowance for that error, out of every 400 years three which would otherwise be taken as Leap years were counted as ordinary years. The years selected were these at the end of the first three of each set of four centuries.
    Grant (1962:42) asserted that the arrangement of Gregorian calendar months was an arbitrary. Division of time and number of days varies from 28 to 31. Gregorian calendar was reformed from the Julian calendar in the year 1582. Before 1582, men belief was that the earth was flat and it was the center of the solar system. Since 1582, men new belief is that the shape of our earth is spherical and its rotation is one day and revolution round the sun is one year. Besides, there were three reasons described for calendar reform. (i) Year of Julian was greater than Tropical year, escalation of 11 days, instead of October 5 next day of October 4 was called October 15; (ii) Equinox of north temperate is to recur always on March 21 and (iii), New Year of Gregorian calendar was decided to begin on January 1 which was March 1 in the Julian.
    But the name of 12 months and the number of days each month has of the Gregorian calendar in use are the same as those were used by the Julian calendar. Moreover, it is useful to know that the name of July and August month were decided to recall Julies Caesar and Augusto Caesar respectively who ruled the Roman Empire in different time before the birth of Jesus Christ.
    Therefore,12 months of Gregorian calendar are divided into 7 months of 31 days (January, March, and May, July, August, October and December); 4 months of 30 days (April, June, September and November), and one special month of 28 or 29 days (February) once in a leap year.

    The main difference between the Julian and Gregorian calendar is the order of the month. According to the Julian calendar, the year began on 1 March and ends on 28 February of ordinary year and 29 February of leap year. The formula of Julian calendar were satisfied the law of leap year day. The law of leap year day is scientific concept that explains three categories of four years.
    But according to the Gregorian calendar, the year begins on 1 January and ends on 31 December in both ordinary year and leap year.

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