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Los Angeles Times Jul 23, 2014

Jordan Hill officially re-signs with Lakers

The Lakers made the signing of free agent Jordan Hill official Wednesday, locking in the 6-foot-10 center/power forward to an estimated two-year, $18-million contract.
Silver Screen and Roll Jul 11, 2014

Jordan Hill, Lakers agree to 2-year, $18 million contract, according to report

Jordan Hill is coming back to the purple and gold. The Los Angeles Lakers will re-sign free agent big man Jordan Hill to a two-year, $18 million contract, reports Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski. Hill will make approximately $9 million per year, but the Lakers have a team option on the second year, Hill has been with the Lakers since the 2010 season, serving as both a starter and off-the-bench frontcourt presence over the years. He's struggled to find a consistent role in Los Angeles, but was still one of the NBA's top rebounders despite his fluctuating minutes. The Lakers will likely...
Rotoworld Jul 11, 2014

Jordan Hill agrees on two-year deal w/ Lakers - Jordan Hill (F/C) Los Angeles Lakers

Jordan Hill has agreed to a two-year, $18 million deal with the Lakers.
Mavs Moneyball Jul 4, 2014

Jordan Hill Profile: An efficient rebounder

Jordan Hill is coming off his best season but his numbers don't tell the full story. On eve of free agency, forward Jordan Hill promises to have several suitors, including Lakers, Mavericks and Rockets, sources tell Yahoo. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) June 30, 2014 Strengths and Weaknesses Oh, word, Woj? The Mavericks are interested in Jordan Hill? Well, that's just splendid. Hill was an invaluable player on a bad Lakers team despite being in and out of Mike D'Antoni's rotation. Of course, the same can be said for almost every player on the Lakers last season. Hill, though, was...
Silver Screen and Roll Jun 30, 2014

NBA free agency 2014: Jordan Hill will have multiple suitors, according to report

The Lakers big man will have teams lined up for meetings once his contract expires. Unrestricted free agent big man Jordan Hill is expected to have multiple suitors, including the Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets. A return to the Los Angeles Lakers isn't out of question either, though Hill will seek a long-term deal, according to Sean Deveney of Sporting News. The Lakers drafting power forward Julius Randle with the No. 7 pick seals up one of frontcourt spot, but Los Angeles still needs to address the center position. Pau Gasol will also test the free agency market, though both sides...

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