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Lakers Buzz: Jordan Hill’s Ex-GF Suddenly Drops Domestic Violence Lawsuit

The latest Los Angeles Lakers buzz is about Jordan Hill. Apparently, the forward-center’s ex-girlfriend suddenly dropped her domestic violence lawsuit related to an alleged beating back in 2012 — just in time for the start of the NBA’s preseason games. Show More Summary

Lakers Star Jordan Hill -- Ex-GF Drops Domestic Violence Lawsuit ... Signs Point to Settlement

The ex-girlfriend of L.A. Lakers player Jordan Hill has dropped her lawsuit against the 27-year-old -- after claiming he beat the crap out of her back in 2012 -- and all signs point to a settlement... TMZ Sports has learned. We broke the story…

Los Angeles Lakers Can't Afford to Make Ed Davis the Odd Man out

Someone is going to be disappointed on the Los Angeles Lakers frontcourt. With the athletic Ed Davis, the scrappy Jordan Hill, the seasoned Carlos Boozer, the bruising building block Julius Randle, the sharp-shooting Ryan Kelly and the...Show More Summary

What Can Lakers Center Jordan Hill Do to Justify His Big Salary in 2014-15?

A quick glance at Jordan Hill’s five-year NBA career shows glimmers of greatness, sudden bursts of brilliance and enough stretches of high-energy athleticism to warrant an opportunity at a full-time gig playing center and power forward...Show More Summary

Surprising Name Who Will Make a Big Impact for LA Lakers in 2014-15

The Los Angeles Lakers focused on improving their frontcourt this offseason, signing Jordan Hill to a lucrative contract, winning the amnesty auction for Carlos Boozer and selecting Julius Randle seventh overall in the draft. But the...Show More Summary

L.A. Lakers Missed out on a Potential Star by Not Signing Lance Stephenson

After making a convincing yet failed push for Carmelo Anthony, it appears the Los Angeles Lakers’ premier free-agent pickups will be Nick Young, Carlos Boozer and Jordan Hill after offering them a combined $42.75 million in total money. All...Show More Summary

Can Jordan Hill Handle Wear and Tear of Being a Starting Center?

Coming off a career season, Jordan Hill was given a hefty raise by the Los Angeles Lakers with a new two-year deal worth $18 million. While Hill’s stats of 9.7 points and 7.4 rebounds per game were solid, they came within the context of playing just 21 minutes per game, usually off the bench. Show More Summary

Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Los Angeles Lakers' 2014-15 Season

Byron Scott's back. Nick Young, Jordan Hill, Xavier Henry and Ryan Kelly are, too. Kobe Bryant will be. Steve Nash might be. Pau Gasol won't be. Jeremy Lin, Carlos Boozer, Julius Randle and Ed Davis are all first-timers. And that, in a nutshell, is the Los Angeles Lakers' offseason to date. Show More Summary

Early Predictions for Los Angeles Lakers' Starting Lineup

Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak retooled the roster during free agency by trading for Jeremy Lin, adding Carlos Boozer via waiver claim and retaining Nick Young and Jordan Hill, among other moves. Lakerland wasn’t able to net big-name star Carmelo Anthony nor keep veteran Spaniard Pau Gasol. Show More Summary

Lakers News: Analyzing Latest Signings Including Jordan Hill, Ed Davis and More

After a busy summer already for nearly every NBA team, the Los Angeles Lakers are still searching for several pieces to start the regular season. For starters, a new head coach would be nice. Even without someone calling the shots on the court, management has been making plenty of moves. Show More Summary

Jordan Hill officially re-signs with Lakers

The Lakers made the signing of free agent Jordan Hill official on Wednesday, locking in the 6-foot-10 center/power forward to an estimated two-year, $18-million contract.

Jordan Hill officially re-signs with Lakers

The Lakers made the signing of free agent Jordan Hill official on Wednesday, locking in the 6-foot-10 center/power forward to an estimated two-year, $18-million contract.

Lakers re-sign Jordan Hill

The Los Angeles Lakers have re-signed forward/center Jordan Hill to a multi-year contract, it was announced today by General Manager Mitch Kupchak. “Jordan has been a consistent contributor for us over the last three seasons and we are pleased to keep him in the Laker family,” said Kupchak. “Jordan’s frontcourt versatility is a benefit to our [...]

Lakers re-sign forward Jordan Hill multi-year deal

The Los Angeles Lakers have signed forward/center Jordan Hill to a multi-year contract, it was announced today by General Manager Mitch Kupchak. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not released.

Are Nick Young and Jordan Hill More Than Placeholders for LA Lakers Now?

Nick Young and Jordan Hill matter for the Los Angeles Lakers...kind of. They will likely be starters next season in Los Angeles, but I can’t shake the feeling that both might only be stopgap players. Heck, you could make the argument...Show More Summary

Lakers Rumors: Breaking Down Latest Free-Agent Buzz out of Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Lakers might not have brought in Carmelo Anthony or other superstars this offseason, but the front office has remained busy. First, the team was able to retain the services of both Nick Young and Jordan Hill on multiyear deals. Show More Summary

Lakers' Underwhelming Additions Create Opportunity, Pressure for Julius Randle

LAS VEGAS — If you think Jordan Hill was horribly overpaid, don't believe Nick Young is a serious professional and have concluded Linsanity was a total fluke, you still have Julius Randle. The Lakers' offseason did not bring a free-agent...Show More Summary

Lakers Re-Sign Nick Young, Jordan Hill

Having fallen short in the Carmelo Anthony sweepstakes, the Lakers worked quickly to acquire Jeremy Lin and re-sign unrestricted free agents Nick Young and Jordan Hill, but said goodbye to Pau […] The post Lakers Re-Sign Nick Young, Jordan Hill appeared first on SLAMonline.

Jeremy Lin is in with the Lakers; Nick Young and Jordan Hill re-sign

The chaos and turbulence of the free-agency season turned the Lakers into the employers of Jeremy Lin and, yes, a certain type of insanity.

Lakers agree to two-year deal with Jordan Hill

The Lakers appear to have found their starting center, agreeing to terms Friday with free agent Jordan Hill.

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