Los Angeles Lakers Coach Mike D'Antoni was forced to insert Jordan Hill into the team's starting lineup after an embarrassing loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves on November 10 in which the purple and gold surrendered 47 points in the...Show More Summary
The Pistons, a bizarre mix of players, lost to the Lakers almost two weeks ago at Staples Center, 114-99. Jordan Hill had a career-high 24 points and 17 rebounds for the Lakers in that game. When: 4:30 PST.
Jordan Hill, Xavier Henry, Wesley Johnson and Shawne Williams are making most of second (at the least) chances so far in Los Angeles. They were four players everybody wanted, and then almost nobody did.
Based on Jordan Hill's recent performance as a starter for the Los Angeles Lakers, it's safe to say that Hill is beginning to live up to the potential he showed as the eighth overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft. There have been flashes of greatness throughout his career. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers have had an up-and-down start to the 2013-14 season, but team struggles haven’t stopped players like Jodie Meeks and Jordan Hill from surprising fans with tremendous early-season performances. The Lakers haven’t been at the.500 mark since Nov. Show More Summary
Jordan Hill is for real. Earlier in his career, that sentence would have read differently. Jordan Hill is really bad. Jordan Hill is really injury prone. Jordan Hill is the bane of New York Knicks fans' existence. Four years of criticism behind him, Hill has come on strong in his fifth. Show More Summary
Last night, the Los Angeles Lakers improved their record to 5-7 with a 114-99 win over the Detroit Pistons at the Staples Center, thanks to an impressive double-double from power forward Jordan Hill. But more noteworthy than two sub-.500...Show More Summary
The fifth-year forward has his most points (24), rebounds (17) and baskets (11) to help Lakers overcome halftime deficit against Detroit.
The dunks are coming fast and furious Sunday night at the Staples Center. This one is just crazy: Detroit Pistons forward Andre Drummond rips the ball from the Lakers’ Jordan Hill, throws it ahead to a streaking Brandon Jennings, and Jennings does this: What. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
DENVER — Even if Kobe Bryant comes back to save the day, he’s not going to do it alone. So in addition to Bryant inspiring legions of L.A. Lakers fans all over again, here’s a vision for their upstart season still to come: Dudes in the...Show More Summary
For the Los Angeles Lakers and head coach Mike D'Antoni, the early part of this season has been about experimentation and seeing what each player brings to the table. For Jordan Hill, it was a lot in his first start of the season on Tuesday night. Against the New Orleans Pelicans, Hill thoroughly outplayed sophomore sensation Anthony Davis. Show More Summary
I've been a fan of Jordan Hill ever since he first donned the Purple and Gold in the spring of 2012—and not just because I'm a lifelong Angeleno who grew up with the Los Angeles Lakers. Though, to be sure, I probably wouldn't know or...Show More Summary
There's a good chance Jordan Hill will start for the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday. And the game after that. And the game after that. Head coach Mike D'Antoni was looking to shake up the LA starting five in the wake of a two-game losing...Show More Summary
Hill scores career-high 21 points after being inserted into the starting lineup. Coach Mike D'Antoni collects win exactly one year after being hired. Mike D'Antoni received a gift exactly one year after being hired by the Lakers.
The Los Angeles Lakers are just five games into their regular season and already, questions are mounting about playing time for the L.A. frontcourt. Given the need to preserve Pau Gasol's leg for a possible stretch run, it makes sense to find a workable combination involving the three primary bigs—Gasol, Chris Kaman and Jordan Hill. Show More Summary
Hill makes the most sense as Pau Gasol moves to center, but questions about his offense remain. Chris Kaman, a career center, may get nod opening day and Wesley Johnson may get look. Among the many questions about the Lakers' lineup: Who's going to play power forward?
Despite playing in just 29 games last season, it’s very clear that Jordan Hill is a vital, indispensable piece of the puzzle known as the Los Angeles Lakers. The 6’10” forward had hip surgery in January and returned for the final three beatings that L.A. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers made a smart move by signing center Chris Kaman after Dwight Howard left town, but only if this means Kaman will be the first big man off the bench behind Pau Gasol and Jordan Hill. To be fair, Kaman is biggerShow More Summary
While Christian Hackenberg and Bill Belton have captured the headlines, the unsung heroes of this young Penn State season may very well be on the other side of the ball. After losing senior standouts Jordan Hill, Michael Mauti and Gerald...Show More Summary
According to Mark Medina of the Los Angeles Daily News, Los Angeles Lakers big man Jordan Hill believes the Lakers will be a top-three team in the Western Conference. This comes in the midst of a tumultuous offseason in which the Lakers'...Show More Summary