True for Hall of Fame enshrinement, he will be recognized for his accomplishments with both teams, yet he will go in as an "individual".
As far as retiring though, I believe it will only be with one or the other, and at this point it is anyone's guess what he'll do.
First, Thank you for the compliment that was nice.
Secondly, I expect that he'll retire. And, I think he will simply retire with as little fan fare as possible. I can see why he'd do a one day deal(loves the city, the relationships he built, the majority of the fans, spent what 3-4 times as long in Indy than he did in Denver, but I can also see why he wouldn't.... I could see him viewing that disrespectful to Denver.... some fans are going to be offended no matter what he does, and I will respect whatever he chooses..
G Hill has been better then Montae in my opinion. He has been relegated to a 3rd or 4th option often behind Montea, PG but Hill has been a far better shooter. Montea is a better passer to an extent but turns the ball over a lot...23rd in the league in turnovers per game and has 17 games of 4 or more turnover. Paul George is horrible at that...6th and 31 games of 4+ turnovers. I'm probably a bit hard on Montae no doubt, Ill give you that but he between him and Paul George they sure turn the ball over alot