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Chicago Bulls vs. Los Angeles Lakers 1/29/15: Video Highlights and Recap

The Los Angeles Lakers snapped their nine-game losing streak Thursday night thanks to 26 points and 12 rebounds from Jordan Hill, downing the Chicago Bulls 123-118 in double overtime at Staples Center. Jimmy Butler dropped 35 points and grabbed seven rebounds for the visitors while Pau Gasol chipped in with 20 points. Show More Summary

Lakers' Jordan Hill probable Thursday; Ronnie Price undergoes MRI

The injured-plagued Lakers seemingly got some good news Wednesday. Starting center Jordan Hill's left knee didn't swell significantly after he hyperextended it Tuesday night in a 78-75 loss to the Miami Heat.

Jordan Hill Injury: Updates on Lakers Forward's Knee and Return

Los Angeles Lakers big man Jordan Hill exited the floor late in Tuesday's 78-75 loss to the Miami Heat with an apparent right knee injury. Head coach Byron Scott provided an update on Hill's status after the game at the Staples Center,...Show More Summary

Even The Lakers Bench Loved Damian Lillard’s Dunk Over Jordan Hill


Jordan Hill Beginning to Get Exposed as Los Angeles Lakers Starting Center

Jordan Hill was a lion at the beginning of the season for the Los Angeles Lakers, with nine double-doubles in the month of November. But he went out like a lamb in December, nose-diving across the board. Hill’s points-per-game dropped from 13.9 to 10.6, and his rebounding fell from 9.7 to 6.1. Show More Summary

Seahawks put defensive tackle Jordan Hill on injured reserve

The Seahawks have lost one of their key reserve defensive linemen for the season. The club put second-year defensive tackle Jordan Hill on injured reserve Tuesday, the team announced. Hill suffered a knee injury in the Seahawks’ regular season finale vs. St. Louis. However, it’s a calf injury that ended his campaign, as Curtis Crabtree…

DT Jordan Hill is out for the Seahawks

RENTON, Wash. -- Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Jordan Hill, who had 5.5 sacks and an interception in the last six games, will not play Saturday in the playoff game against the Carolina Panthers. Surprisingly, it’s not because of the sprained knee Hill suffered late in the regular-season finale against the St. Show More Summary

Lakers' Jordan Hill is having an off month

Jordan Hill was the Lakers' second-best player going into December. Now he's not even the second-best player in their frontcourt.

DeMarcus Cousins Rips the Lakers for 29 Points and 14 Rebounds (VIDEO)

Jordan Hill and the visiting Los Angeles Lakers had no chance Sunday against DeMarcus Cousins, as the big fella went off for 29 points and pulled down 14 rebounds. The […] The post DeMarcus Cousins Rips the Lakers for 29 Points and 14 Rebounds (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.

Jordan Hill Forcing His Way into Los Angeles Lakers' Long-Term Plans

For the second consecutive season, Los Angeles Lakers big man Jordan Hill is enjoying a breakout year. But this one has more substance. More production, too. He isn't simply turning heads; he's turning corners. And by the time this campaign...Show More Summary

Williams and Hill big finds for Seattle's surging defense

SEATTLE -- Sometimes you can lose something important that causes you to find something you didn’t know you had. The Seattle Seahawks lost nose tackle Brandon Mebane a month ago. They found Kevin Williams and Jordan Hill. The Seahawks...Show More Summary

Jordan Hill Proving He's in the Conversation for NBA's Most Improved Player

On a team known more for losing than winning lately, Jordan Hill of the Los Angeles Lakers is quietly having a career year. In fact, he’s earning a place in the conversation for the league’s most improved player. At 6’10” and 235, Hill doesn ’t have elite size for a starting center. Show More Summary

Young Seahawks surging down the stretch

Tharold Simon had the first interception on his career. Defensive back Marcus Burley had his first sack. Defensive tackle Jordan Hill had a sack and another tackle for a loss. Rookie receiver Paul Richardson had two receptions for 27...Show More Summary

Jordan Hill Stepping Up Yet Again for Los Angeles Lakers

Jordan Hill is coming up huge for a Los Angeles Lakers contingent that is forced to find silver linings in small victories. A time-thwarting performance from Kobe Bryant. A burst of explosion from Ed Davis. A 4-1 record against the NBA's Developmental League Eastern Conference teams. Show More Summary

Nick Young takes over this postgame interview with Jordan Hill

2 months agoSports : Awful Announcing Only Nick Young a.k.a. “Swaggy P” would take over a postgame interview of a teammate and ask him, “what’d you think of Nick Young, he’s been playing great in my eyes.” Jordan Hill came over...Show More Summary

Lakers’ Nick Young steals Jordan Hill’s interview in vintage Swaggy P style

2 months agoSports : The Early Lead

Whether things are going well or poorly for the Los Angeles Lakers, Swaggy P is Swaggy P. Nick Young kept a postgame interview with Jordan Hill loose Tuesday night, high-jacking the role of interviewer and asking probing questions in the “enough about me; what do you think of me” vein. Can’t say the Lakers weren’t […]

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Detroit Pistons 12/2/14: Video Highlights and Recap

Kobe Bryant, the NBA's leading scorer coming into Tuesday's game, was held scoreless in the first half, but teammate Jordan Hill picked up the slack with 22 points and 13 rebounds on the night as the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Detroit Pistons 106-96 at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Show More Summary

Nick Young Interviews Jordan Hill with Spirits High After 2nd Straight Win

Nick Young's return to the Los Angeles Lakers lineup continues to pay dividends, this time in the form of an entertaining postgame chat. After a 106-96 road victory over the Detroit Pistons gave L.A. its second occurrence of back-to-back wins this season, Swaggy P crashed TWC SportsNet's interview and eventually took over. Show More Summary

Nick Young commandeered a Lakers teammate's postgame interview

Jordan Hill led the Lakers in scoring in their win over the Pistons, so he gets a solo postgame interview, right? Not on Nick Young's watch: You can see the full video, in which Young takes over the question-asking, directing the topics toward himself as much as possible, here. That's Swaggy for you. (via Ross Pickering)

Jordan Hill proving himself to be Lakers' go-to No. 2 player

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Carmelo Anthony or LeBron James made up Plan A. Pau Gasol was Plan B.

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