Grant Hill Cards and Memorabilia Guide

Grant Hill

Date of Birth: 10/5/1972
Rookie Card Year: 1994-95
Investment Rating: 6.0


Grant Hill is one of those players that does not carry superstar status, but almost everyone knows who he is and respects his game. While he does not generally receive mainstream hobby love, Grant Hill cards and memorabilia have a near-cult following, which ensures good values for in the years to come.

Early recognition followed Grant Hill when he was named as a McDonald's All-American in high school. Soon after, Hill chose to play college basketball for the Duke Blue Devils and their ravenous fanbase. Hill would win back-to-back NCAA Championships with Duke in 1991 and 1992. He was named the 1994 ACC Player of the Year after leading the Blue Devils back to the NCAA Championship in 1994, where they lost to the University of Arkansas. After graduating from Duke, Hill declared for the NBA Draft. Grant Hill was chosen third overall by the Detroit Pistons and would go on be named NBA co-Rookie of the Year, along with Jason Kidd.

Grant Hill spent time with multiple teams during his 18-year career, including the Detroit Pistons, Orlando Magic, Phoenix Suns and one season with the Los Angeles Clippers. Unfortunately, he was also known for his many injury problems that robbed him of a decent portion of his career. Hill missed the entire 2003-04 season due to injury. Although injuries kept him from becoming much more, the 7-time All-Star still managed a long and successful career.

Now in retirement, there is talk of Grant Hill pursuing a new career as a basketball analyst. He is also considered by many to be a likely Hall of Fame inductee, once he is eligible.

Despite his popularity and long career, Grant Hill had very few autographed cards until he was added to 2010-11 Panini products. He has also signed for several recent Upper Deck products, so collectors should be able to find plenty of autograph options between the two big brands.

While 1994-95 products don't carry as much as value as late-90's products, card designs began to see significant changes. This allows for several great-looking Grant Hill cards, that still remain affordable. Grant Hill has 15 rookie cards that mostly fall in the low-budget category. However, three cards stick out as the best option for collectors.

Top Grant Hill Cards

1994-95 SP Grant Hill RC #3

Gold and silver foil combine with a young Grant Hill to make a great rookie option for collectors. Although the gold and silver colors clash, the action image in the foreground makes Grant Hill seem to pop off the card.

1994-95 Flair Grant Hill RC #213

Grant Hill's Flair rookie card features a refined design that properly highlights the young rookie. The home and away jerseys utilized in the two images contrast nicely and the gold foil text adds a nice touch.

1994-95 Finest Grant Hill RC #240

1994-95 Finest represents the top option for Grant Hill card collectors. Lots of color and a metallic rainbow effect make for an exciting card. The highest values can be found with the Refractor parallels.

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Grant Hill 12-13 Panini Flawless Transitions Emerald 3 5 Clippers AUTO BGS 9.5

1994 SP CHAMPIONSHIP #57 GRANT HILL RC PSA 10 K1643919-801

1997-98 SP Authentic ProFiles 3 Die Cut #P25 Grant Hill 071 100 Detroit Pistons

Grant Hill Select Die Cut Auto 8 25! SSP!

2002-03 Upper Deck Game Plan Jerseys #GHGP Grant Hill

2013-14 Fleer Retro '92-93 Fleer Final Four Stars #13 Grant Hill BX 303AA

Unreal 1 of a kind Topps Finest Rookie lot Garnett Kidd Grant Hill Pierce

1995-96 Stadium Club Warp Speed #WS9 Grant Hill

Grant Hill 2013-14 Fleer Retro Star Power Supreme BGS Graded 8.5 L1114

2002-03 Topps Chrome Refractors #33 Grant Hill

Grant Hill 1998 Basketball Card

1995-96 Topps Show Stoppers #SS2 Grant Hill Detroit Pistons

1995-96 Topps Top Flight #TF10 Grant Hill Detroit Pistons

1995-96 Topps Whiz Kids #WK1 Grant Hill Detroit Pistons

1995-96 Topps World Class #WC6 Grant Hill Detroit Pistons

Grant Hill 14 15 Gold Standard jersey auto # 75 75 Pistons
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Rookie Cards

Grant Hill Rookie Card Checklist

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1994 SP CHAMPIONSHIP #57 GRANT HILL RC PSA 10 K1643919-801

Unreal 1 of a kind Topps Finest Rookie lot Garnett Kidd Grant Hill Pierce

CR3) 9x GRANT HILL Rookie LOT RC Insert SP Rare Pistons Duke Blue Devils

1994-95 SP GRANT HILL RC #3 SUNS ( 2 CT LOT)

Tracy McGrady RC Grant Hill Garnett Shareef 97 Bowmans Best Mirror Image Insert

1994-95 Ultra #239 Grant Hill RC

Lot of (75) Grant Hill early years cards! Includes INSERTS and rookie! CHEAP!

1994 94-95 Grant Hill Hoops Magic's All Rookie RARE Autograph with stamped seal

Grant Hill Detroit Pistons 22 Card Rookie Card Lot! Very Nice Lot of Rookies!!


Grant Hill Rookie Card

Grant Hill 1994-95 Upper Deck,, ROOKIE!!! ,NM-MT 9

Grant Hill 1994-95 Upper Deck,, ROOKIE!!!. Gem Mint 10

Grant Hill 1994-95 Collector's Choice,Draft Class ROOKIE!!!. Mint 9


1996-97 Hoops Grant Hill's All RookieTeam Allen Iverson RC SP Rare 1:360
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Autograph Guide

Grant Hill Autographed Memorabilia Buying Guide

Below you will find an example of what Grant Hill's authentic signature looks like. This can be used as a first point of reference for determining the legitimacy of autograph memorabilia, but is not a substitute for having your items authenticated by a well respected professional autograph authentication company. Reputable authentication companies include JSA, PSA, Panini Authentic, Upper Deck Authentic, Tristar and Mounted Memories to name a few. Click on any of the images below to view full size photos.

Grant Hill Cut Signature Exemplar

Grant Hill Key Signature Attributes: An authentic Grant Hill signature autograph will exhibit several distinguishing characteristics, regardless of the item signed or when it was signed. Look for the following signature features:

  1. Signed on a relatively even horizontal plane, the signature may exhibit a slight downward angle.
  2. The letters lean to the right at about 50 degrees.
  3. Comprised primarily of the letters "G" and "H" many other letters are implied.
  4. The letter "G" consists of two part, made all in one pen stroke; the first part likes like a printed capital letter "M", the other looks similar to a cursive capital "J."
  5. Out of this letter is a line with a slight squiggle in it, implying the letters "r-a-n-t."
  6. The pen continues into a letter "H" which is formed with two parallel lines and again, the pen stroke that appears like a cursive capital letter "J" as in the first name.
  7. A dot is usually present implying the letter "i."
  8. The letters "l-l" are not written.

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GRANT HILL Signed Pistons 8x10 Basketball Photo -JSA Hologram Authenticated

Grant Hill Detroit Pistons Signed NBA Basketball Duke Blue Devils JSA M45427

Grant Hill signed NBA 50th Champion Pistons Authentic Road Jersey PSA plus 16x20




Grant Hill Authentic AUTOGRAPH SIGNED Jersey COA PSA DNA Detroit Pistons Auto

1993-94 Duke Mens Basketball Team Multi-Signed Framed Poster PSA DNA Grant Hill

Grant Hill Detroit Pistons 1998 Throwback Signed Jersey Jsa



Grant Hill Autographed Signed 16x20 Photo Pistons PSA DNA #S76868

Grant Hill Autographed Signed 16x20 Photo Pistons PSA DNA #S76869

Grant Hill Autographed Signed 8x10 Photo Magic PSA DNA #S40456

Grant Hill Autographed Signed 8x10 Photo Magic PSA DNA #S40457

Grant Hill Autographed Signed 8x10 Photo Magic PSA DNA #S40458
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Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. As an adult, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute.

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