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A standout colligate player Rip Hamilton was an All-American at UCONN and as a guard helped them win the 1999 NCAA Championship, and for his spledid play was chosen the MVP of the Final Four.
An instant success in the NBA Richard Hamilton is recognized throughout the NBA as one of the most unselfish and fundamental sound player in the pro ranks. He has averaged over 18 points per game during the regular season since his rookie year and has booked a resounding 22 ppg during the postseason playoffs, including the just completed 2006-2007 season. Hamilton also played a major role in the Detroit Pistons 2004 NBA World Title.