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Richard Clay Hamilton is the starting shooting guard for the 2004 NBA Champions the Detroit Pistons The 67 210lbs Hamilton is one of the NBAs top shooting guards Rip is known for his hasty speed and quickness off the dribble He can create his own shot and is a superior mid-range shooter and at age 26 he has already prevailed at winning an NBA championship Richard spent his college career at UCONN His freshman season Rip made the transition from high to college look simple He was honored as Rookie of the year by the New England Basketball Coaches Association he was a member of the Big East All-Rookie team NIT All-Tournament team and a member of the NIT All-Star team He had continuous success during the remainder of his college career His sophomore year he was elected to the 2nd team All-American New England Player of the Year UConn team MVP and ranked number 17 in the nation in scoring and No1 in 3-point shooting He was also chosen as a member of the Big East All-Tournament team In addition he was named to the 10-man John Wooden All-American team and ECAC Player of the Year both his sophomore and junior years His junior year was his most dominate year as he led the Huskies through the NCAA Tournament He received his most prestigious award of his basketball career during the 1999 Final Four He was named Most Outstanding Player and Final Four Player of the Year after scoring 27 points to help the Huskies win the NCAA tournament over Duke That year he was one of only three college players selected for the 1999 USA Basketball Mens Senior National Team When he ended his career as Huskies he was the 2nd All-Time UConn leading scorer behind Chris Smith In the 1999 NBA Draft Rip was selected in the 1st round 7th overall by the Washington Wizards In his NBA debut on November 11
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