The Lakers are reportedly unlikely to pick up their option on Jordan Hill for the 2015-16 season.
The Lakers are unsure if they will exercise Jordan Hill's $9 million team option for next season, but Hill hopes to remain in Los Angeles.
Jordan Hill stated during his exit interview that he hopes to expand his range during the offseason, and he would like to become a threat from 3-point range.
Jordan Hill started on Monday against the Kings, scoring 18 points on 9-of-19 shooting with six rebounds and four assists in 28 minutes.
Jordan Hill will start on Monday against the Kings.
Byron Scott wants Jordan Hill to change his offseason routine in order to avoid crashing-and-burning during the season.
Jordan Hill picked up another DNP-CD vs. the Clippers on Tuesday.
Jordan Hill played 13 minutes off the Lakers' bench on Sunday and had two points on 1-of-6 shooting, three rebounds and one assist.
Jordan Hill played nine minutes against the Blazers on Friday with no points, one board and one assist.
Speaking during a recent interview, Jordan Hill and Wesley Johnson said that head coach Byron Scott spends more time teaching defense than former head coach Mike D'Antoni.
The Lakers may exercise their team option for Jordan Hill after the 2014-15 season, according to sources.
Jordan Hill grabbed 10 rebounds to go with five points on 2-of-8 shooting, two assists and one steal in 22 minutes before fouling out on Monday.
Byron Scott said he thinks Jordan Hill can "play harder."
Jordan Hill thrived in his return to the Lakers' rotation on Sunday, coming off the bench for 22 points on 10-of-17 shooting, 16 rebounds and one block in just 27 minutes.