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Hill's agent says Wolves "right there" with Lakers, probably no deal tonite because he's getting on a plane now headed home from Vegas— Jerry Zgoda(@JerryZgoda) July 18, 2012
Towards the end of last season, Hill proved to be an invaluable contributor off the Lakers' bench with his hustle play and rebounding prowess.
He posted multiple double-doubles when given the playing time, and was solid during the NBA Playoffs as well.
With the newest addition, Antawn Jamison now in the fold, the Lakers' are clawing to keep Hill, who would add to the second unit's depth which L.A.'s management is desperately trying to establish.
Last season with the Lakers, Jordan Hill averaged 4.7 points and 4.4 rebounds per game in 11.7 minutes of nightly action.