I admit, I was one of those guys that was not high on him. When the Spurs picked George Hill at no. 26 in the 2008 draft, I was thinking that if they were to draft a backup point guard for Tony at the time, they should have gone with a proven player say a Mario Chalmers perhaps? But that's just me, and for a lot of reasons I respected and liked most of the Spurs front office decisions. But when summer league started that year, My disappointment grew as Hill continues to struggle with his shots...Then I see something, even though he is not making his shots he's extremely athletic (with a ridiculous 6-9 wingspan) and is a capable defender at the time. I also noticed that despite his lack of production, Coach Pop was not actually hard on him. Soon I learned that what the Spurs really...

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