Jordan Hill suffers hyperextended left knee

LOS ANGELES -- Lakers coach Byron Scott said starting center Jordan Hill suffered a hyperextended left knee Tuesday in a 78-75 loss to the Miami Heat at Staples Center.

The Lakers' medical staff will determine Wednesday if Hill will need further evaluation, Scott said.

"It just depends on if it swells up or if it's OK, so I don't know at this particular point," Scott said.

The Lakers have a day off before hosting the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday.

Hill finished with 12 points and six rebounds in nearly 23 minutes in the loss to the Heat. He's averaging 12.1 points and 7.9 rebounds per game this season.