Jordan Hill came in late during Game 2 on Wednesday, finishing with two points and two rebounds in six minutes.
Jordan Hill, who has been medically cleared after hip surgery, doesn't sound like a lock to play on Wednesday, according to coach Mike D'Antoni.
Updating a previous item, Jordan Hill (hip surgery) has been cleared for game action ahead of Wednesday's Game 2 vs. the Spurs.
Jordan Hill (hip surgery) was spotted playing 3-on-3 following Tuesday's practice.
Jordan Hill (hip surgery) has not yet been cleared for five-on-five contact activity.
Jordan Hill (hip) will not play in the Round 1 series against the Spurs.
Jordan Hill (hip) is now running at 90 percent of his body weight on an anti-gravity treadmill.
Jordan Hill (hip) participated in dribbling drills for the first time since surgery.
Jordan Hill (hip) has been cleared to begin running on a treadmill.
Mike D'Antoni said it would take a "miracle" for Jordan Hill (hip) to return this season.
Jordan Hill, who was expected to be out for the season after hip surgery, could return in either late April or early May if he doesn't have any setbacks.
The Lakers will not use the disabled player exception they received from Jordan Hill's hip injury, a source told the Los Angeles Daily News.
Jordan Hill (hip) could return if the Lakers are still playing in June.
The Lakers are not currently eyeing free agent big men, a source told ESPN Los Angeles.