Ollie will be in DC today for a leadership conference at the Pentagon where he and Geno Auriemma will be featured on a panel.
Ollie's tweets were in response to a report that the Lakers are planning on contacting him about the job opening.
Right now, Ollie and UConn are engaged in contract talks that will likely double his salary from $1.4 million annually to $2.6 million and maybe higher.
The Hartford Courant's Dom Amore reported today citing an anonymous source that the two sides -- Ollie and UConn -- have "exchanged ideas."
Ollie, coming off a national championship, has a base salary of $1.25 million this season, 34th in the NCAA according to USA Today.
Ollie's UConn team beat Florida's Billy Donovan -- $3.9 million per year -- and Kentucky's John Calipari -- $5.5 million -- in the Final Four. Wisconsin's Bo Ryan -- the other Final Four coach -- was paid $2.4 million this year.
Ollie beat Michigan State's Tom Izzo -- $3.8 million -- along the way and also beat such high-paid coaches as Iowa State's Fred Hoiberg --$1.6 million, but has a 10-year $20 million deal signed-- and Villanova's Jay Wright ($2.4 million).
An NBA job with the Lakers could command north of $4 million per year for Ollie and could get as high as $5 million per year per reports.