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Lakers Free Agency: Lakers decline Jordan Hill's $9 million team option

The Los Angeles Lakers have decided to decline Jordan Hill's $9 million Team Option for the 2015-2016 season, making him a free agent. The Los Angeles Lakers have decided not to pick up Jordan Hill's $9 million team option, according to Shams Charania of RealGM. Hill will now become a free agent and be able to sign with any of the league's 30 teams. For the Lakers, declining Hill's option isn't a sign of their displeasure with him, but rather a strategic move to free up cap space. Had they not declined it the team would not have had enough cap space to chase max-level free agents this...
Silver Screen and Roll Jun 19, 2015

Lakers Free Agency: Lakers declining Jordan Hill's team option, according to report

The Lakers are planning on letting Jordan Hill hit the open market. The Los Angeles Lakers are not expected to exercise the $9 million team option on Jordan Hill's contract, instead preferring salary flexibility this summer, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. Hill will become an unrestricted free agent, and will have a "significant market of suitors." Hill played a career-high 26.8 minutes per game while starting in 57 games. He's been a part of the Lakers' frontcourt rotation since he was a trade deadline acquisition in 2012, at times proving himself to be an elite rebounder....

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