Where Are They Now? The NCAA Tournament's Most Outstanding Players of the '80s and '90s

Richard Hamilton, Connecticut (1999)

Draft Selection: 7th Overall, 1999
Length Of NBA Tenure: 1999-Present
Accolades: 2004 NBA Champion, 3x NBA All-Star

This past Valentine's Day, Richard Hamilton celebrated his 35th birthday. Currently in the last year of his three-year contract with the Chicago Bulls, Hamilton is starting to show the effects of father time. Averaging only 22 minutes and 10 points per game, Rip will have to decide if it's finally time to call it quits at the end of this season. But don't feel bad for him. He was a three-time All-Star, the first person to lead his team in scoring despite not making a single field goal and one of only 40 players to win an NBA and NCAA championship. Not a bad career, at all.

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