While some high salary- low production players will be unloaded this offseason, there are some players who will very likely stick around. The newly acquired Jordan Hill and Ramon Sessions are these players.
Since there is a longer offseason, they will get quality time with the leaders of the team, namely Kobe Bryant and coach Mike Brown. It's so interesting that after Brown started treating Ramon in a familiar way, rather than as a "coach," in the playoffs, the man started producing and played like he did when the Lakers first got him.
Hill is hungry to win and get minutes. He knows that even if Bynum is traded, he will have to fight and show dedication to excellence in order to get his minutes. He'll have a great opportunity to seek guidance and build rapport in the offseason.