Kyle Eric Hill (born April 7, 1979 in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.) is a professional basketball player who was picked by the Dallas Mavericks in the 2001 NBA Draft, placing 44th overall. His NBA rights were traded by the Mavericks shortly after the draft to the Houston Rockets. He immediately went to Europe and signed with the French team Asvel, where he played in the Euroleague with Nikola Vujcic, earning 13.4 points per game and winning the French Cup.
Hill moved to Pau-Orthez next, where he recorded 9.5 points and 25 minutes per game. He then played briefly for AEK in Athens, and for Lauretana Biella in Italy (2003-04), followed by an excellent season in Zadar. After Zadar he moved to Snaidero Udine, playing well and scoring more than 15 points per game (2005-2006). Soon after he moved to the Spanish team Giron, but an Achilles tendon injury prevented him from playing much. As of the 2007-08 season, Hill played five games for KK Bosna in Sarajevo and then returns in Udine, to finish the season with Snaidero Udine, combining again with Jerome Allen and coached by Cesare Pancotto, just as during the 2005-06 season.