2018 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductee, seven-time NBA All-Star, two-time NCAA Champion and current basketball analyst Grant Hill will join Florida Citrus Sports on October 25 for the third installment of its “Chalk Talk” Lunch series presented by CenterState Bank.
Guests at the event will enjoy a catered lunch in the Varsity Club at Camping World Stadium and hear firsthand from Hill, who will share behind-the-scenes stories and insight from his time in and around the NCAA and NBA. The afternoon will conclude with a Q&A portion with the audience.
Florida Citrus Sports members who RSVP by June 18 receive complimentary admission to the event. General admission is $50 per person, but members can buy additional tickets for 50% off the public price.
To learn more about becoming a Florida Citrus Sports member, visit www.FloridaCitrusSports.com/join or call 407.423.2476 to speak with one of our account representatives.
In the past year, members have enjoyed Chalk Talks from SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey and former NFL and collegiate football head coach and current FOX Sports personality Dave Wannstedt.
Hill helped lead the Duke Blue Devils to back-to-back NCAA titles in 1991 and 1992, becoming the first Division 1 program to win consecutive titles since UCLA did it in the early 1970s. Appearing in one more championship game – falling short to Arkansas in his senior season – before graduating, Hill was selected third overall by the Detroit Pistons in the 1994 NBA Draft.
His NBA career spanned 18 years and included stays in Detroit, Orlando, Phoenix and Los Angeles (Clippers) where he was a seven-time All Star, one-time All-NBA First Team, four-time All-NBA Second Team, Co-NBA Rookie of the Year and three-time NBA Sportsmanship Award honoree. Hill also represented the USA during their gold medal winning-campaign at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
After retiring in 2013, the star forward moved to the studio and announce table. He currently co-hosts NBA Inside Stuff on NBA TV and serves as lead analyst for CBS Sports’ NCAA Basketball coverage. He also occasionally serves as an analyst for the NBA on TNT.
For full event information, visit the official event page on our website. Guests can also let their friends know they are attending by sharing the event on Facebook. Tickets are available for purchase at the link below.