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Jordan Hill live tweets Lakers' loss

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They don't call him "Mr. Activity" in Southern California for nothing.

Jordan Hill is the Los Angeles Lakers' most energetic player on the court, and he just might be the squad's most active guy off of it as well (you still have work to do, @kobebryant).

Hill is out as he deals with a hip injury and missed the Lakers' 108-105 loss to the San Antonio Spurs, but that didn't stop the purple and gold's key reserve from getting loose on Twitter and following his his team's every move like a true fan:

Obviously, the sad faces came once the game was in the books — and it was a terrific one at that.

The Lakers fought hard and channeled their collective inner Jordan Hills, but fell just short. He was dead on about Earl Clark, too. That was an incredible effort by a guy who needed an apocalyptic string of injuries to get some run.

Hill concluded his Twitter barrage with this:

That was fun, but there's some flawed logic here. The Lakers are in trouble and are far from in good shape.

If "straight" is code for five games below .500 and looking up in the standings at every team in California not named the Sacramento Kings, then yes, we straight.

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