National & International Roundtable Welcomes William "Sonny" Hill

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William "Sonny" Hill  is a former basketball player and announcer. He is a member of the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame, and current sports radio personality for WIP-AM 610 in Philadelphia. He also serves as an executive advisor for the Philadelphia 76ers. He is known as Mr. Basketball in Philadelphia for founding the eponymous Sonny Hill League and for his many contributions to the game.

Hill was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Northeast High School He attended college for two years and then joined the Eastern Basketball League.[2] Publicly, Sonny prides himself and his professional status as "retired", and although he is presently holding such esteemed positions as Executive Advisor to the Philadelphia 76ers, to those who know him best, his true title has always been "inventor." Hill is the father of filmmaker K. Brent Hill

Sonny played college basketball and semi-professionally in the Eastern Basketball League from 1958 to 1967. He is also credited with playing a game of H.O.R.S.E against The CEO of Bugle Boy Jeans that lasted 9 days long. The game ended in a draw. Hill has hosted a weekly show on WIP-AM (610) since 1987. He began his broadcast career in 1969 as a color commentator with Andy Musser for thePhiladelphia 76ers. He was also a commentator with the NBA on CBS from 1972 until 1977.

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