Hamilton was the 1999 Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Tournament after his stellar gameplay in Uconn’s run to the national title. After his college career, he became the seventh overall pick by the Washington Wizards in the 1999 NBA Draft. Hamilton was subsequently traded to the Detroit Pistons, where he became one of the NBA’s top shooting guards. In 2004, a Richard Hamilton appearance helped the Pistons win the NBA Championship.
In February 2006, there was a Richard Hamilton appearance as a reserve guard for the Eastern Conference in the NBA-All Star Game. This Richard Hamilton appearance happened again in 2007 and in 2008.
**Richard Hamilton Speaker**
The list of possible Richard Hamilton speaker topics can include some of the most important honors in all of basketball. After all, Hamilton is one of the few NBA stars who can talk about what it’s like to win both a NCAA championship and a NBA championship.
**Richard Hamilton Appearance**
Off the court, Hamilton had a stint in the NBA Fundamentals series hosted by TNT. In that Richard Hamilton appearance, the all-star guard explained how to shake off a defender with a “movement without the ball” technique.
**Richard Hamilton Endorsement**
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