And, if he does, he'll probably take a hefty pay cut.
Gill averaged about 13 points a game last season. He has reportedly turned down a one-year, seven million dollar offer from New Jersey. He tells The New York Times and Daily News that he would sign for a two and a-quarter million dollar salary-cap exception with Los Angeles, unless a sign-and-trade deal can be arranged.
The Lakers aren't commenting.
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