On March 27, the Lakers' Jordan Hill scored 28 points with 16 rebounds against the Bucks in Milwaukee.
"Yeah, man. I don't know. I'm all out of words. I don't know what's going on," Hill said after the Lakers' 124-112 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers. "It's getting old now. Can't be frustrated. Can't be mad. I just need to stay humble."
"Of course not," Hill said when asked the question. "Who would?"
Hill has played in 64 games this season, averaging 8.8 points and 7.1 rebounds in 19.8 minutes.
"You definitely want to finish this year off strong," he said.
"I can cheer strong," he said. "I'm still going to support my teammates, no matter what. ... I'll continue to be a good teammate and a good person."
On Tuesday, the Blazers pulled away in the second half on the way to the victory. Hill didn't get off the bench. Neither did small forward Wesley Johnson.
Given the Lakers' porous defense on Tuesday, perhaps the wrong choice was made against Portland.
"It was just one of those things," said Johnson, who has been averaging 8.9 points a game this season through 71 appearances.
Nick Young has a player option, but at just $1.2 million, he's also expected to hit free agency.
Hill said he has enjoyed his three seasons with the team.
Hill will earn $3,563,600 for the season, after hitting a $63,600 incentive in his contract for games and minutes played.