High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Armond G. Hill is an
American basketball coach and retired professional basketball
player. He spent eight seasons in the NBA between 1976 and 1984,
playing for the Atlanta Hawks, Seattle SuperSonics, San Diego
Clippers and Milwaukee Bucks. After ending his playing career in
1984, he started a coaching career, and eventually became head
coach at Columbia University in 1995. Hill is currently an
assistant coach to Doc Rivers with the Boston Celtics. After
graduating from Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School in
Brooklyn, Hill attended Princeton, where he played under legendary
coach Pete Carril. He was named Ivy League Men's Basketball Player
of the Year as a senior in 1976 and entered the NBA Draft. Drafted
by the Atlanta Hawks, Hill had a solid career as a role player in
the NBA, compiling 6.9 points and 4.3 assists per game over eight
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