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Lakers Rumors: Jordan Hill Most Likely To Be Moved At Deadline Reviewed by Momizat on . Jordan Hill has already been the subject of some trade rumors. Though going to the Brooklyn Nets is highly unlikely, Hill could still be headed somewhere else. Jordan Hill has already been the subject of some trade rumors. Though going to the Brooklyn Nets is highly unlikely, Hill could still be headed somewhere else. Rating: 0
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Lakers Rumors: Jordan Hill Most Likely To Be Moved At Deadline

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Jordan Hill has already been the subject of some trade rumors. Though going to the Brooklyn Nets is highly unlikely, Hill could still be headed somewhere else.

Bleacher Report’s Kevin Ding believes that, of the current Lakers being shopped at the trade deadline, Hill is most likely to be moved:

Jordan Hill is definitely the guy who could help a contender, maybe put them over the top. Defense and rebounding are his strong points, and a team that’s trying to win a championship, in short spurts Jordan Hill’s energy can put them over the top.

Ding’s theory makes sense. There are a number of teams, such as the Miami Heat, Golden State Warriors, and Los Angeles Clippers, who could use one more serviceable big man off the bench.

Hill has proven he can produce in short minutes, and his energy can become contagious to an entire team.

Of course he isn’t the only possible Laker who could be moved as both Chris Kaman and Steve Blake have been talked about recently.

Even if he isn’t traded, Hill is unlikely to return to the Lakers next season, so it could be wise to get something in return for him.
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  • Ruben Aquino

    do not understand where the lakers are going with this get rid half the team for what?? no matter what they want no one wants to play for mike d antoni. mike is only offense minded where the defense rebounding? u get rid of kaman gasol and hill what u have
    bunch of mini mites???

    • Daryl Peek

      Three words; Repeater Luxury tax. The desperately need to avoid this plight. Especially given this season is a wash.

      • Daspin

        You are kidding, RIGHT? If that were true get rid of the unproductive dead wood on the team first starting with D’Antoni.

        • Daryl Peek

          I’ll buy firing coaches doesn’t get you under the luxury tax for 8 mil Alex.

        • Baltazar Costa

          The FO should not offer Kobe that ridiculous deal. They should not sign 38 y.o. St.Nash to that huge contract for 3 years. They should not spend our mini mid-level exception on 30+ y.o.Chris Kaman. They should trade Pau Gasoft after the 2009 – 2010 season, when his value were still high.They should not hire M.Brown and M.D’Antoni as head-coaches and still owe them big money.YES. These are all Jimmi Buss’ and M.Kupchak’s faults and they most likely will continue the same way.

  • roseducanna

    Smart move.

  • Zzzz

    MARSHALL YOUNG AND HILL ARE KEEPERS NOT TRADE ASSETS!

    • Daspin

      Agree, If it were up to D’Antoni the Lakers team would consist of 5 Meeks, 5 Blakes and 5 Nash’s.

    • JLaker85

      Young isnt a keeper. Hes another kobe doesnt pass the ball and he sucks on defense. Johnsons the real keeper hes a beast on defense and hes getting more consistent on offense

  • Baltazar Costa

    There is a reason why the Knicks and the Rockets traded this guy. He has hustle and lately started to make his shots and put-backs from near the rim, but… he is still very rough. He never jumps in the air at the right time. That is why, Jordan can not grab rebound with two hands. It happens very rarely, to say.His defense always causes him to be in foul trouble, same as R.Sacre.In a team with lower expectations and goals, he may be more successful. If I am the GM of the Lakers, I will make that trade with Brooklyn or any other team, who is willing to send us draft pics.

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