Jordan Hill is having a career season, but the Los Angeles Lakers have a strange way of showing it. Not only has the hard-playing big man received inconsistent minutes, but management failed to move him before the trade deadline. The 6’10” free agent will stay in L.A. Show More Summary
Let’s just say that the 2014 NBA trade deadline was a dud. After weeks of rumors and speculation that the Los Angeles Lakers wanted to trade Pau Gasol, Jordan Hill and Chris Kaman, among others, the only deal they managed to make sent...Show More Summary
Just hours before the injury-ravaged Los Angeles Lakers tipped off against the Houston Rockets the day before the trade deadline, it seemed they would have nine active players instead of the eight they've gone with lately. Then Steve...Show More Summary
Veteran guard is dealt in exchange for young guards Kent Bazemore and MarShon Brooks but says he would consider returning as a free agent. Brooklyn Nets are interested in Lakers' reserve big man. The white flag has been unrolled. It's about to be waved.
Jordan Hill might not be a member of the Los Angeles Lakers for much longer, and a few teams have emerged as the primary candidates who are vying for his services. The original rumor, as reported by Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski,...Show More Summary
With basketball’s trade deadline looming, the LA Lakers are set to be heavily active as they change they try to change their roster before Thursday. The Lakers are rumored to be interested in Minnesota Timberwolves’ Kevin Love, and they’re even prepared to offer a trade deal to land their target. Show More Summary
With the NBA trade deadline nearly here, we're checking in on the Los Angeles Lakers to see what kind of deals the team might be making. We caught up with B/R Lakers columnist Kevin Ding to get his take on the Lakers' options at theShow More Summary
Finally, an easy decision for the Los Angeles Lakers to make. Steve Nash's, Kobe Bryant's and Pau Gasol's grim futures have pinned the Lakers to an immediate outlook that is almost beyond their control—but only almost. General manager Mitch Kupchak and Co. Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets, strapped with a disabled player exception in the wake of Brook Lopez's season-ending injury, appear determined to sure up the frontcourt. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the team has been in conversation...Show More Summary
Nash and Steve Blake return, but Jordan Hill and Jodie Meeks hurt in seventh defeat in a row.
Los Angeles Lakers forward Jordan Hill exited Tuesday, Feb. 4's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves with a headache and a cervical strain. Bleacher Report's Kevin Ding reported on Hill's injury and noted that the big man would not...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers might as well start entertaining trade offers for Jordan Hill with the trade deadline just about a month away. There is a case to be made that he is the only valuable asset on the team because of his expiring contract...Show More Summary
The rookie forward, who had 20 points against the Celtics on Friday night, will take the place of Jordan Hill in the starting lineup. TORONTO — Ryan Kelly stopped walking down the hallway at Staples Center during a recent chat, a look of concern spreading across his face.
The Los Angeles Lakers fell to 13-17 with a 105-103 loss to the Utah Jazz on Friday night. They've now lost four games in a row. After Jordan Hill tied the game at 103 with 18 seconds to go, the Lakers were unable to lock down on defense...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers are going to lose Jordan Hill because they will not be able to afford him. Hill has played well enough to earn himself a role as a sporadic starter. He has done the job on the boards and also given his teammates...Show More Summary
After earning a little bit of time as a starter for the Los Angeles Lakers, Robert Sacre has settled into a bench role behind Jordan Hill. Although Sacre could see his minutes as a backup dwindle at the hands of a returning Chris Kaman,...Show More Summary
Lakers guard Kobe Bryant started as the team's point guard Friday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder and one of his most creative passes came off the backside of Serge Ibaka. The pass landed in the hands of Jordan Hill, who finished with a dunk. Here's another angle of the pass. What do you think—was this intentional? Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
In his brief time with the Los Angeles Lakers, Jordan Hill has become a fan favorite—and it's easy to see why. There aren't very many players in the league who play with as much relentless energy as Hill does. He goes after every rebound—often...Show More Summary