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Lakers' Hill says he's not done yet

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08:11 AM ET 03.18 | At some point, Mike D'Antoni may have his full Plan A roster -- maybe. The Lakers coach dismissed Steve Nash's sore calf, and stated that apart from [Pau Gasol and Kobe Bryant], everyone else was fit to play -- Jordan Hill was not part of the discussion. Hill actually made an appearance at the end of practice, and Triple Threat spoke to the injured forward. Hill said that he still hoped to return this year, but the team was not so optimistic. Hill said he would be reevaluated by doctors in about three weeks, and he was hoping for a best-case scenario of a mid-April to early-May return. Until doctors say differently, Hill is only limited to the exercise bike, elliptical machine, and weight lifting.

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March 18, 2013  09:04 AM ET
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Triple threat?

I think that is MWP, b/c you never know what part of his body he is going to attack with???

March 18, 2013  10:13 AM ET

Time Is Not On Your Side, Bro.

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March 18, 2013  10:25 AM ET
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Nice win for the Lakers. Keep things rolling and eventually the cavalry will arrive (Pau, Kobe).They are 8-2 over their last 10 and still getting better playing as a team.

Yep, solid game by LA, despite the fact Sac is a weak team. I enjoy seeing Blake balling, he is playing well alongside Nash on the line up. Finally earning a bit of the money he makes.
Tonight the Suns and Friday Wizzards. That should allow a good rest for Kobe and enough time to have Pau back for the GS game.
As for Hill, it's unlikely he will return this season and interns the picture it's of Earl Clark.

March 18, 2013  10:42 AM ET

See post #21 in the 'Melo no speak' thread.......same here for Hill.

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March 18, 2013  12:02 PM ET
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Triple threat?

Its like the SHOCKER...

March 18, 2013  12:29 PM ET

A player going down with injuries is never a good thing but it some ways it was fortuitous that Earl Clark was given some playing time. Assuming that they resign Clark, the Lakers will have a couple of young, athletic big men on team. This should make it easier to trade Pau Gasol as he seems to be the 'odd man' out.

March 18, 2013  12:32 PM ET

Triple threat?? Way too many nicknames. Kobe isn't in the Wu-Tang Klan so he needs to chill on the nicknames

March 18, 2013  12:42 PM ET
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Triple threat?

Triple Threat Media
www.triplethreatmedia.com/

March 18, 2013  12:43 PM ET

They interviewed Jordan Hill.

March 18, 2013  01:04 PM ET
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They interviewed Jordan Hill.

Ok makes sense now

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