Jordan Hill PF/C LAL 4 Days

Hill played 23 minutes in the Lakers' new-look lineup Friday, scoring 10 points (4-12 FG, 2-2 FT) with five rebounds and one assist.

Hill appears to be the only player left immune to Byron Scott's benching protocol, having started all games he's played in this season. He has out up double-digit scoring in his last 10 games, including three double-doubles in that span and should remain a solid standard league from here on out.

Jordan Hill PF/C LAL 12 Days

Hill (knee) played once again despite injuring his knee Tuesday, picking up his 13th double-double of the season in a loss to the Jazz Friday with 11 rebounds and 16 points (8-15 FG, 0-1 FT).

Hill seems to be fine after playing in two games since Tuesday and finishing those games with a combined 36 points. Hill's numbers are up in January from December, averaging 12.5 points on 52.4 percent shooting, 7.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists in his eight previous games this month.

Jordan Hill PF/C LAL 12 Days

Hill (knee) is considered probable to play against the Jazz on Friday, the Deseret News reports.

Hill being listed on the Lakers' injury report is probably just for precautionary reasons. He hasn't missed any time off the court with his troublesome knee and it would be surprising if he sat out all of a sudden against the Jazz.

Jordan Hill PF/C LAL 13 Days

Hill scored 20 points (10-14 FG) Thursday in a loss to the Cavaliers, his sixth straight game scoring 11 or more points, and grabbed six boards, blocked a shot and had three steals.

There were reports that Hill may have hyperextended his knee Tuesday, but he started Thursday's game and appeared to be fine. Hill regularly sees 20 minutes of action each game for the Lakers, and in January, has been a solid scorer at center. He's good to use in all formats.

Jordan Hill PF/C LAL 14 Days

Hill (knee) said he's fine and will be able to play Thursday against the Cavaliers.

Hill was thought to have hyperextended his knee in Tuesday's loss to Miami and was scheduled to undergo an MRI, but he said Wednesday that it feels much better, and he doesn't anticipate missing any time.

Jordan Hill PF/C LAL 15 Days

Hill may have hyperextended his knee Tuesday against the Heat, head coach Byron Scott said after the loss, but has yet to have an MRI, Mike Trudell of Lakers.com reports.

Hill left Tuesday's game late, but not before scoring 12 points and grabbing six rebounds. If Hill misses extended time, it would be a huge blow to the Lakers. He came into Tuesday's game averaging a career-high 28.3 minutes, 12.1 points, 7.9 rebounds and 1.5 assists. Should Hill be out, Ryan Kelly could start at power forward with former Rocket Tarik Black taking over duties at center.

Jordan Hill PF/C LAL 23 Days

Hill scored 23 points (10-15 FG, 3-4 FT) with 14 rebounds and two assists in 32 minutes during Monday's loss to the Trail Blazers.

It's the first time in six games that Hill has played 30 or more minutes, and he responded with a huge game. His impressive November is a distant memory, but if he's finally gotten his legs back after shaking off the respiratory illness that derailed him at the tail end of 2014 he may be able to return to form.

Jordan Hill PF/C LAL 1 Month

Hill (illness) had an underwhelming night Friday in a loss to the Thunder, scoring 10 points (4-8 FG, 2-2 FT) in 21 minutes.

Hill only had two rebounds the entire game, his lowest total in a game all season. Hill missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday with an upper respiratory infection, but it's unclear if he was still hampered by the illness Friday.

Jordan Hill PF/C LAL 1 Month

Hill (illness) is expected to play Friday against the Thunder, the Orange County Register reports.

Hill missed both Wednesday's practice and Thursday's practice due to an upper-respiratory infection, but appears to be in line to play Friday despite the illness. If he is healthy, Hill may play his normal minutes, but he could also see limited minutes due to the issue.

Jordan Hill PF/C LAL 1 Month

Hill (illness) did not practice Thursday but remains probable to play against the Thunder, Mike Trudell of Lakers.com reports.

Hill is still battling the upper respiratory infection that kept him out of Wednesday's session, but the team maintains that he's expected to take the floor Thursday night. A final call likely won't be made until shortly before the 10:30 PM ET tip.