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BREAKING: Jordan Hill Agrees To Re-Sign With Lakers On Two-Year Deal Reviewed by Momizat on . Please enable Javascript to watch this video Jordan Hill was expected to leave the Lakers after a season in which his playing time fluctuated. But things have c Please enable Javascript to watch this video Jordan Hill was expected to leave the Lakers after a season in which his playing time fluctuated. But things have c Rating: 0
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BREAKING: Jordan Hill Agrees To Re-Sign With Lakers On Two-Year Deal

Jordan Hill was expected to leave the Lakers after a season in which his playing time fluctuated. But things have changed as Hill will remain with the Lakers according to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski:

The Lakers were in dire need of size so keeping Hill makes sense. The price may be a little steep, but he knows the Lakers, and the team keeps financial flexibility for 2016.

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Hill was a fan favorite last season as he provided rebounding and energy for the Lakers in the best season of his career. Dirty work guys are hard to come by and Hill is one of the best.

His presence will also help first-round pick Julius Randle as he will make sure that Randle plays hard on every play and works his butt off at all times.

The Lakers have been extremely busy today after being silent since free agency began. After LeBron James made his decision to go to Cleveland, all of the other dominoes began to fall.

Jeremy Lin was acquired in a trade with the Houston Rockets, not long after, Nick Young agreed to stay with a four-year deal, and now Hill stays as well.

The Lakers are building a team, and still have a ways to go. But it is good to see some things finally begin to come together.
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  • Edy

    Lol Mitch is not working for us why would u over pay hill , I can imagine how kobe feels at this moment that pau left and were signing chumps on our team I wouldnt be surprise kobe ask to be traded or decides to quit this team so can move on else where . The family buss is a great tragedy and a disgrace to basketball and to the lakers

  • Macy

    is that plan A??? 2 years 18 mil while pau signs with Bulls 3 years 22 mil? Good job, mitch and jim. you will just ask to wait for 2015-16, or 2016-17 to get the best FA with more caps.

  • Bryant T. Jordan

    Congrats to J-Hill; the kid can play and with the second year of this two year contract being a “team option”, it’s a solid deal for the Lakers who want to preserve the cap space necessary to make a legit run at Kevin Love, Rajon Rondo, Marc Gasol and other top free agents next summer.
    However, giving Nick Young a FOUR-YEAR contract was a bonehead move imo … unless Mitch can swing a Young+Nash+Randle for Kevin Love deal by this year’s trade deadline …
    Thanks for taking the time to read this post,

    Bryant T. Jordan

    Author of “Saving the Lakers: A Be the General Manager Book|

    The book that PERFECTLY PREDICTED Julius Randle being drafted by the Lakers AND LeBron James returning to Cleveland MONTHS AGO!

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