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Penny Hardaway
SG/SF - 6'7, 220lbs - 51 years old - 14 years of NBA experience
Retired - Retired in 2008
  • Birthdate: 07/18/1971
  • Drafted (NBA): 3rd pick, 1993
  • Pre-draft team: Memphis
  • Country: USA
  • Hand: Right
  • Agent: -
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Articles about Penny Hardaway

March 19, 2013

Penny Hardaway - Now a minority owner of the Grizzlies, and volunteer coaching at a local middle school, Lester Middle School, to replace a friend on sick leave due to cancer.

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April 19, 2011

Penny Hardaway - This summer, Penny expressed an interest in joining the Miami Heat. Miami did not seem to requite it. Currently not playing, and turning 40 in July, Hardaway is an executive producer and co-host of the the Bottom Line Sports Show.

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March 15, 2010

- Penny Hardaway

Hardaway last played in December 2007 with the Miami Heat. Finding anything that he's done since then has not been easy. His website is just a shade out of date, and if he has business interests then I don't know what they are. What we know for sure is that two years ago he gave a million dollars to the University of Memphis two years ago, because John Calipari has a way of making things like that happen.

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December 11, 2009

- 3rd pick: Penny Hardaway (Orlando)

- Hardaway last played with the Heat in the early part of the 2007/08 season, back when Pat Riley thought it'd be a good idea to assemble a backcourt of him and Smush Parker. He spoke of attempting one more comeback up to and including last summer, but it never came to pass, and it's never now going to. Hardaway wasn't very good in his time with the Heat, due to the old age and all the injuries, and he wouldn't be any better now that he's 38.

In retirement, Hardaway has recently launched his own tournament, and he appears at a lot of Memphis Tiger games. He also turns up at a lot of charity events, as well as the opening of this golf course. No word on what he does for money these days, but given the amount he earned in his NBA career, there doesn't really need to be anything.

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