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Kamenetzky Brothers Certain Jordan Hill & Chris Kaman Are Not Part Of Lakers Future "neither has a future with the team"


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#21 Guest_Chaos in Sanctuary_*

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Posted March 05, 2014 - 10:37 AM

Good. They should've been traded by the deadline though.



#22 LakerGeezer

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Posted March 05, 2014 - 01:21 PM

What injury prone , he had the back injury and he never got re-injured 

Hill has not come close to being healthy enough to play a full season's worth of games in the last 3 years.  I call that injury prone.



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Posted March 05, 2014 - 02:16 PM

1st season he came at the deadline .. Was available to play 

 

Last year he had his back surgery ..

 

This year is healthy (coming from a serious injury)

 

 

to sum up , he's not injury prone ...



#24 Jody Smokes

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Posted March 05, 2014 - 02:27 PM

He had a bit of a knee issue the year he was traded for.  I don't think its fair to label him injury prone but he's very much an energy player that has done well in a contract year.  Problem is he can't be the first guy you fork over money too.  Hill is a luxury piece more than a building block. 

 

1st season he came at the deadline .. Was available to play 

 

Last year he had his back surgery ..

 

This year is healthy (coming from a serious injury)

 

 

to sum up , he's not injury prone ...


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Posted March 05, 2014 - 02:40 PM

He had a bit of a knee issue the year he was traded for.  I don't think its fair to label him injury prone but he's very much an energy player that has done well in a contract year.  Problem is he can't be the first guy you fork over money too.  Hill is a luxury piece more than a building block. 

Yeah, and if you look closely

 

Hill isnt nearly as energetic as  Varejoa or faried or Rodman

 

 

he isnt a defender, he isnt a defensive rebounder, he isnt athletic enough, and he doesnt have good moves in the post. He's an okay post defender, a great offensive rebounder and brings good energy

 

if we had ibaka, Hill and Pau...I would think  we have to keep him, but starting over, we need all the money we can invest in bigs that we can

 

 

nash comes off the books next season, and it's basically a really good price for a two way PF



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Posted March 05, 2014 - 11:48 PM

Yep...we should drive Hill's value up so we'd have to pay him MORE in free agency...

 

 

That makes sense.






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