2014 Outlook: Jordan Hill

Peter Madden, Fantasy Managing Editor

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.