Grant Hill's life intersects with almost every major basketball story for the past quarter century. He's the only active player with ties to all of the last legendary college squads: Tark's Runnin' Rebels, the Fab Five and the dawn of the Duke dynasty. He's one of only eight players who can say he beat the Dream Team, a list that's as exclusive as living men who walked on the moon. When Shaquille O'Neal signaled a new NBA era by dunking on David Robinson in the 1996 All-Star Game it was Hill who gave him the pass. And whom did LeBron James need to pass to move into second place on the list of active career triple-double leaders? Grant Hill.