Lawrence Hill

Stanford Cardinal #15 - Forward

  • Height: 6-8
  • Weight: 220

NBA 10-Day Contracts Begin: A Primer On The D-League's Top Call-Up Candidates

Beginning Monday, NBA teams can sign players to 10-day contracts for what amount to big league auditions. Scott Schroeder provides scouting reports on the top call-up candidates from the NBA...

Final NBA Roster Cuts Being Made


The deadline for NBA teams to submit their opening day rosters to the league is drawing near, and as such teams are making their final cuts. See whose NBA dreams are still alive.

NBA Training Camp Rosters Include Plenty From The D-League


I originally planned on there being somewhere in the neighborhood from 25 to 45 players from the NBA Development League in an NBA training camp when they opened this week. Turns out I was low,...

NBA Training Camp Invites Feature Familiar Names


NBA training camp invites for the 2011-12 season should be more interesting than most considering teams will have just two weeks to install new offenses, get into game shape and whittle themselves...

Phoenix Suns Summer League Roster


A breakdown of the free agents playing on the Phoenix Suns' 2010 Las Vegas Summer League roster.

NBA Summer League Rosters - Vegas


With the NBA Summer League(s) right around the corner, and Ridiculous Upside's draft coverage sufficiently wrapped up, I figured this morning would be the perfect time to begin our month(ish) long...

BtB 2009-10 Pac-10 Preview


Blogging the Bracket presents its 2009-10 Pac-10 basketball preview.

Stanford shoots down Cougars, 65-54


Stats by Stats by   Sometimes the game of basketball is more simple than we think. Put the ball in the basket, and you win. And the Stanford Cardinal did...

Ben Ball Game Day Roundup: Repeating Thursday Night


If anyone here is feeling too confident about Stanford let's start with this reminder: Bruins haven't won on Saturdays for two weekends in a row. During last two weeks Ben Ball warriors pulled off...

Not to go all Michael Bolton, but Rochestie really should have been the Pac-10 player of the week


CougCenter further examines the travesty that was the Pac-10 player of the week award, handed not to a deserving WSU player but to Stanford's Lawrence Hill.

Wrong Wrong Wrong Wrong Wrong Wrong Wrong Wrong Wrong


Lawrence Hill is the Pac-10 Player of the Week. Hill had 25 points, 3 rebounds, and 3 assists in one game. But hey, he was 2 for 2 from three point range! What a world beater. Aron Baynes had 36...

Basketball is simple


Cal lost by six.  I counted six Stanford points in the second half alone (two pointer by Mitch Johnson, three pointer by Lawrence Hill, free throw by somebody) that were absolute gifts.  All three...