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Lakers decline Jordan Hill's contract option for coming season

The Lakers have declined their team option on Jordan Hill's contract, making the forward/center an unrestricted free agent in July, according to a person with access to the NBA's daily transactions.

Best Potential Free-Agent Centers for Los Angeles Lakers to Replace Jordan Hill

He came. He saw. But he didn't quite conquer. In fairness, Jordan Hill made a strong impact with the Los Angeles Lakers, particularly during his last two seasons with the club. The 27-year-old is coming off a campaign in which he averaged 12 points, 7.9 rebounds and 0.7 blocks in 26.8 minutes per contest. Show More Summary

Jordan Hill's Contract Option Not Picked Up by Lakers: Details and Reaction

The Los Angeles Lakers have reportedly decided not to pick up the final year of big man Jordan Hill's contract, which would have paid him $9 million in 2015-16. Sean Deveney of Sporting News heard the news from a source Monday. RealGM's...Show More Summary

Lakers News: Rounding Up Latest on Jordan Hill, Free Agency and More

Most eyes gravitate toward the Los Angeles Lakers ahead of the 2015 NBA draft. There are teams in a rebuild, sure. Some, like the New York Knicks, already have a superstar in place (Carmelo Anthony) and a mastermind running the operation (president Phil Jackson). Show More Summary

LA Lakers Trade Rumors: Star Player To Have Option Declined By Lakers?

LA Lakers trade rumors revealed some interesting news. The Lakers tried to trade forward Jordan Hill, hoping to use his contract as a bargaining chip in negotiations with other teams. It didn’t go well, and Hill didn’t get traded as the front office had hoped. Show More Summary

Jordan Hill's Greatest Value to LA Lakers Rebuild Is as a Massive Trade Chip

Sometimes, a career year is just not enough to earn an invite back—take the case of Jordan Hill and the Los Angeles Lakers. The team has a $9 million option on the 6’10” big man, but it also possesses the No. 2 pick in the upcoming NBA draft. Show More Summary

No. 2 draft pick could mean end of Jordan Hill's run with Lakers

With the Lakers winning the second overall pick in the 2015 NBA draft, Jordan Hill's time with the team could be nearing an end.

Should Tarik Black Replace Jordan Hill on the L.A. Lakers Roster Next Season?

In what is surely a year of rebuilding and rebirth, the Los Angeles Lakers are faced with the possibility that their experiment with Jordan Hill as starting center may have run its course. The Lakers, who finished a franchise-worst 21-61,...Show More Summary

Lakers and Jordan Hill may part ways this summer

Lakers and Jordan Hill may part ways this summer The Lakers weren’t a serious team this season. Rookie Julius Randle and aging star Kobe Bryant were injured. Jeremy Lin and Carlos Boozer didn’t do much. Rookie Jordan Clarkson played well for a stretch. But in general, the team is in transition. And generally, that means parting [...]

Jordan Hill: Lakers Coach Byron Scott 'disappointed' with his season

3 months agoHealth : Booster Shots

Jordan Hill spoke to the media on Thursday after his exit interview with Coach Byron Scott and General Manager Mitch Kupchak.

Jordan Hill to play a big part in Lakers' free agency plans

Jordan Hill hadn't appeared in many games lately, exiled to the end of the bench as the Lakers went with younger, less experienced players.

Lakers evaluate young big men in 127-117 loss to Thunder

The already forgettable Lakers season took another bizarre turn to nowhere when Carlos Boozer and Jordan Hill sat on the bench an entire game.

Should The Los Angeles Lakers Bring Back Jordan Hill Next Season?

The Los Angeles Lakers have a big decision to make about Jordan Hill during the offseason—should he stay, or should he go? The 6'10" combo center/power forward has started 55 out of 63 games this season, posting career-high numbers across the board. Show More Summary

Lakers' Jordan Hill to show support at Komen Race for the Cure event

Jordan Hill will be busy Saturday, and it has little to do with the Lakers' practicing at their facility.

Lakers' Jordan Hill to show support at Komen Race for the Cure event

4 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Jordan Hill will be busy Saturday, and it has little to do with the Lakers' practicing at their facility.

Lakers' Coaching Staff Pranks Jordan Hill into Thinking He Got Traded

Trade deadlines can be a stressful time for professional athletes, but they can also be an excuse for having a little fun. Whenever a trade deadline approaches, an athlete with a cheap or expiring contract may hear his name pop up in trade rumors. Show More Summary

Lakers News: Buzz on Jordan Hill Comments and Jordan Clarkson's Development

The Los Angeles Lakers, good or bad, are often the talk of the town, especially as the NBA gears up for Thursday's trade deadline. There is no shortage of trade rumors and chatter surrounding the future of this team, hardly surprising...Show More Summary

Will Lakers Swing a Last-Minute Jordan Hill Trade Before the 2015 Deadline?

There are some solid reasons for the Los Angeles Lakers to try to trade their top big man, Jordan Hill before Thursday's deadline. However, we're now less than 48 hours away, and there hasn't yet been any tangible signs of action. Then...Show More Summary

Lakers News: Rounding Up Buzz Surrounding Potential Goran Dragic Trade

Not much has gone right for the Los Angeles Lakers this season. The team can't seem to shake the injury bug, as Steve Nash, Julius Randle and Kobe Bryant have been lost for the year, while Jordan Hill and Nick Young have battled ailments of their own. Show More Summary

Lakers Trade Rumors: Buzz on Jeremy Lin and Jordan Hill as Deadline Nears

The Los Angeles Lakers are perfect for the silver screen. The team is miserable. A rookie savior is hurt. So is a legend. The Western Conference is brutal. Few to no trade assets. A whopping 13 wins at the beginning of February. This isn't Hollywood, though. There is no turnaround this year. Show More Summary

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