Richard Hamilton has retired from basketball.
He didn’t want to cry. He didn’t want to show emotion.
Richard Hamilton is in the Chicago Bulls’ starting lineup, returning to The Palace to face the Detroit Pistons.
In his return to The Palace to face his former team, Richard Hamilton wanted to keep his emotions under control.
Richard Hamilton wants another championship, and he sees a chance to win one with the Chicago Bulls.
As Richard Hamilton and the Chicago Bulls put the finishing touches on a contract, Derrick Rose couldn’t stop beaming Wednesday night.
Although it had to happen, I was sad when the Pistons did the inevitable and waived Rip Hamilton earlier this week.
“Thank u to all my Detroit fans,” a message reads on Hamilton’s Twitter account. “Love all of u. U will always have a special place in my heart. Yessssssirrrrr.”
Detroit Pistons President of Basketball Operations Joe Dumars announced today that the team has waived guard Richard Hamilton.
Hamilton appears poised to join them. It’s no secret the Bulls are looking for a big guard who can score and bolster their defense, and the three-time All-Star fits that description.