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After the Los Angeles Lakers lost to the New Orleans Pelicans, Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni says decision to play Sacre over both Chris Kaman and Jordan Hill is that he's their best defender. D'Antoni is open to starting Farmar. Join the Largest Laker
An interesting item from Grantland’s Zach Lowe in his latest story: The Nets passed on sliding Jordan Hill into their disabled player exception, a move that would have vaulted Brooklyn’s payroll and tax bill just north of $210 million. They took on a small amount of money in the Marcus Thornton trade, a solid buy-low move, and that alone resulted in a lot of angry eye-rolling from the rest of the league. Had they splurged on Hill, the discontent would have grown louder.
After the NBA trade deadline, Jordan Hill spoke with the Lakers media on not being traded. He said there were intriguing deals out there and it felt good to be wanted and liked. Join the Largest Lakers Fan Site in the World http://LakersNation.com | Foll
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.
The Brooklyn Nets have already been quite active in advance of Thursday’s 3 p.m. ET trade deadline, dealing for Marcus Thornton and trying to deal for Jordan Hill in an effort to strengthen their bench scoring and rebounding. But ultimately, the best move the Nets can hope to make by then is adding a healthy, rejuvenated Deron Williams for the stretch run. A healthy, rejuvenated Deron Williams would certainly be a massive upgrade over the injured, struggling Deron Williams they’ve had for much of the last two seasons.
EL SEGUNDO – While Jordan Hill participated in Wednesday’s morning shootaround at the Lakers’ facility, the rest of the basketball world was humming with reports that he could be shipped out of L.A. before Thursday’s trade deadline. Multiple...
The Brooklyn Nets made the Marcus Thornton trade official Wednesday night. Now what? 1. One expensive Hill: The Nets are interested in Jordan Hill with their $5.25 million Disabled Player Exception. Hill would fill their need for an athletic big man who can score, rebound and defend the post. At the same time, he’d be extremely costly. Hill makes $3.5 million in 2013-14, but the Nets would have to pay around an additional $17 million in luxury-tax penalties on top of his prorated salary for the remainder of the season (over $1 million), making him a very expensive addition.
The former Knicks forward could be one player the Nets are looking at as the trade deadline approaches.