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. Eric Pincus on Twitter
The Scoop: Hill made some major improvements this season, and he posted career-highs in points (12.0) and rebounds (7.9). However, the limited contributions to the defensive categories (0.5 steals and 0.7 blocks per game) limited him to just low-end value in standard leagues. Hill also admitted that the increased role and minutes led to some fatigue, which took away from his rebounding energy, but he hopes to come into next season more prepared to play big minutes. Hill may or may not be with the Lakers next season, but he's a guy that needs to be on a bad team to provide meaningful statistics.
Thursday, April 16, 2015 12:00 AM