According to Clippers' beat writer Dan Woike of the Orange County Register, Hill is set to participate in Tuesday's full-contact practice.
Hill has recently increased his activity after suffering a bone bruise in his right knee. His return appears imminent, but the team does not want to rush him back and will remain cautious in order to avoid a setback. His return will give the already-deep Clippers even more firepower at the wing by adding a capable perimeter shooter.
He'll likely have to find minutes behind Caron Butler and Matt Barnes, both of whom have been playing well of late. The Clippers are off to their best start in franchise history at 27-8 atop the Pacific Division and currently hold the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference behind the Oklahoma City Thunder.