The Lakers were off Monday through Thursday, allowing time for Kobe Bryant to practice with the team after April surgery on his Achilles tendon. Medically cleared to play, Bryant was able to work on his jump shot.
Bryant sat out Thursday with "general soreness" and no clear timetable for a return.
The Lakers defeated the Warriors (102-95) on Friday. Golden State played without star guard Stephen Curry -- and lost Andre Iguodala to a hamstring strain in the third quarter. The Lakers were short Steve Nash (back), Chris Kaman (back) and Bryant.
Gasol pledged to pay $1,000 for every point he scored Friday to help benefit typhoon recovery in the Philippines -- $24,000 after his 24-point night.
Despite nerve issues, Nash said he's not contemplating retirement.
On Sunday, the Lakers improved to 7-7 with a 100-86 victory over the Kings.
The Lakers are to play three games in four nights starting on Tuesday, but D'Antoni said it would be "very hard" for Bryant to play on the trip.
The Lakers bench struggled with Hill in the starting lineup, but D'Antoni was able to find a rotation that gave Hill time with both units.