During his highly decorated collegiate career at Duke, Grant Hill twice earned All-American honors while leading the Blue Devils to consecutive national championships in 1991 and 1992, the first two titles for head coach Mike Krzyzewski. Drafted third overall by the Detroit Pistons in 1994, Hill enjoyed seven NBA All-Star appearances, and during his first professional season, became the first rookie in any of the four major professional sports leagues to lead All-Star fan voting.
The 42-year-old Hill -- who will be calling his first Final Four in April -- joined me on HuffPost Live to discuss Kobe Bryant, Coach K and whether or not the one-and-done rule is good for college basketball.
Click below to watch Hill discuss Bryant's longevity in the NBA.
Click below to watch Hill's take on the legacies of the late Dean Smith and Jerry Tarkanian.
Click below to watch Hill's take on Jahlil Okafor and the one-and-done rule.
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