NBA Free Agency 2012: Magic, Heat Show Interest In Forward Jordan Hill

Just one year ago, the NBA locked out it's players and a prolonged work stoppage occurred. This year July 1st simply marked the beginning of the offseason free agent bonanza as it has done in years past. As usual, Yahoo!'s Adrian Wojnarowski seems to know some thing but every player int he league and where they might head. A recent post notes that the Orlando Magic and Miami Heat are interested in free agent forward Jordan Hill:

After a sluggish start with the Lakers, Hill had several strong playoff performances.

The Golden State Warriors, Miami Heat and Orlando Magic also have interest in Hill, who was traded to the Lakers from Houston for Derek Fisher and a first-round pick in March.

The 6'10" Hill has played for the New York Knicks, Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Lakers in his young career, averaging 5.3 points per game and 4.2 rebounds per game.

For more on the Orlando Magic's 2012 offseason, visit SB Nation's Magic blog Orlando Pinstriped Post. For more on the Heat, visit Peninsula Is Mightier. For all your NBA news and analysis, visit SB Nation's NBA hub.

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