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Report: Lakers Decline Option on Jordan Hill's Contract

This is no big news as it had been rumored that the Lakes would not pick up the option on the big man’s contract to allow for more money to play with in free agency. 53 more words


Lakers Decline Option On Jordan Hill; Move Clears Up Cap Room For Free Agents

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Lakers have declined the team option on forward Jordan Hill, according to reports.

The move will allow Hill to become a free agent, CBS Sports reported. 90 more words


Lakers unlikely to exercise option on Jordan Hill

It is unlikely that the Los Angeles Lakers will bring back Center Jordan Hill according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. Hill, who is owed $9 million for next season, is likely to be released by the Lakers before June 30. 152 more words


Report: Lakers are unlikely to exercise Jordan Hill's option - why it was to be expected and why it's great news

After being outplayed by Ed Davis, having the cheap and affordable Tarik Black already on the roster, and Robert Sacre reportedly being brought back for another season, the Lakers exercising Jordan Hill’s $9M team option for this upcoming season always seemed a bit unlikely. 581 more words


Report: Lakers will not pick up $9 million option on Jordan Hill

When the Lakers wildly overpaid Jordan Hill $9 million last season, with a team option for this season, the idea was to create a salary that could be a trade chip. 279 more words

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NBA: Should Lakers Trade for Ricky Rubio?

The Los Angeles Lakers are in a pretty good situation right now. They have the No. 2 pick in the draft, Julius Randle is recovered from a broken leg and they finally have some pocket change to spend in free agency. 716 more words

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Looking at the Knicks Past Lottery Picks

On June 29th, the New York Knicks will have the opportunity to turn around the fate of their franchise.

Coming off a nightmare of a season, the Knicks have won the fourth overall selection in the 2015 NBA draft. 1,596 more words