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Lakers C Jordan Hill doubles up in win vs. Spurs
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(12/13/14) Lakers center Jordan Hill scored 14 points on 7 of 16 shooting while grabbing 10 rebounds in his team's 112-110 overtime win over the Spurs Friday.
Hill racked up six straight double-doubles at one point in November but hadn't managed the feat in four straight games before coming through Friday, marking the second time this season he's doubled up against the Spurs. He also kicked in one assist, one block and one steal in 35 minutes in the win. The Lakers will square off with the Timberwolves Sunday.
Lakers' Jordan Hill doubles up on Mavericks
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
|(11/21/14) Lakers center Jordan Hill posted a double-double against the Mavericks.
Hill shot a perfect 7-7 from the field. He also managed to hit both his free throws, finishing with 16 points. Hill was active on the boards, pulling down 10 rebounds. He added two assists and a block.
Lakers C Jordan Hill doubles up vs. Spurs Friday
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(11/15/14) Lakers center Jordan Hill scored 10 points on 4 of 13 shooting while grabbing 11 rebounds in his team's 93-80 loss to the Spurs Friday.
Hill has delivered three double-doubles in the last five games and has managed to haul in at least 10 rebounds five times this season. It wasn't all great for the center though, as his 30.8 shooting percentage was his worst since going 2 for 7 in each of the first games of the season. He also failed to record any assists, steals or blocks in 28 minutes. He's set to face the Warriors Sunday.
Jordan Hill's fast start seems sustainable
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
|(11/12/14) Jordan Hill has played a big role for the Lakers early this season, and is putting up the best numbers of his career so far. Fantasy owners might be concerned that he can't keep this up, but as I explained at the Fantasy Basketball Today blog Wednesday, Hill is in a pretty good spot right now:
"Hill had never played more than 21 minutes per game this season, but the Lakers really don't have any choice but to play him 30-plus per game. That shouldn't change moving forward, which is a good sign for Hill's value. His per-36 minute numbers are nearly identical to last season, so there isn't really anything unsustainable about Hill's play so far."
Hill has been a per-minute dynamo for years, so it's good to see him getting the chance to prove himself in a bigger role. Still, you probably drafted Hill late with hope he could provide some depth, so he makes sense as a trade chip if you need to shore up another spot on the roster.
|His game isn't much to look at, but Jordan Hill gets it done when he's given enough minutes. The Lakers will be paying him $9 million to play next season, so chances are they'll be looking to get the most out of him. The best scenario for Fantasy would be starting at center alongside rookie Julius Randle rather than competing with him for minutes at power forward. His 16.7 points, 12.8 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per 36 minutes offer a glimpse at what he might do with an expanded role. It's best to target Hill in the later rounds of your draft because of the uncertainty of the Lakers' depth chart, but he could easily deliver mid-round value given enough playing time.
(Updated 8/27/14) |
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