Commentary: Lakers give Farmar his shot

Commentary: Lakers give Farmar his shot

There are 10 comments on the Daily Breeze story from Jul 3, 2010, titled Commentary: Lakers give Farmar his shot. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

When it was all said and done, the Lakers did right by Jordan Farmar on Wednesday when they declined to give the restricted guard a one-year, $2.8 million contract offer.

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cj stephens

Van Nuys, CA

#1 Jul 4, 2010
Why is he considering going to Portland? Wouldn't he just end up being Andre Miller's backup there? And Indiana? Well, I hope he isn't bothered by losing. As for New York, I guess he can hope they end up signing some of those big-time free agents.

United States

#2 Jul 4, 2010
he stinks and cant assist for shit and turns the ball over hes worth 400,000 yr. Farmar is a scrub

Clements, CA

#3 Jul 4, 2010
No offense to Jordan, but if you want to start, then you play yourself into that position, end of story.


#4 Jul 4, 2010
To Farmer, then don't let the door hit your back on the way out. See you later!

San Bernardino, CA

#5 Jul 4, 2010
good riddance farmar

Upland, CA

#6 Jul 4, 2010
Farmar has NBA talent, but he is diffucult to coach, and unwilling to adjust his game. The lakers gave him his chances and there were times he looked the part of an up an comming point gaurd only to fade away the next game.He needs a new chance somewhere else. This time Jordan Open your ears and shut your mouth,and maybe your dream of running an NBA offense will come true.
The Truth

Canyon Country, CA

#7 Jul 5, 2010
Championships are only important to winners. Later, Jordan.
terp fan


#8 Jul 5, 2010
Steve Blake played through his senior yr at MD and won a national championship. Farmar should have stayed at UCLA and would have been more bankable. Another Md player did the same thing (G Vasquez) this year and went first round in the draft. Should have stayed a Bruin Jordan.

Beverly Hills, CA

#9 Jul 5, 2010
Good luck Jordan!

Thanks for that hustle play when you dived to the ground and flicked the ball to Kobe in game 7.

Long Beach, CA

#10 Jul 5, 2010
If jordan farmar was smart,he'll stay with the disrespect to Russell Westbrook and Darren Collison..respectfully they are both good point gaurds"but"do either of them have any "rings"...if you learn to respect your roll on the court as others have you will continue to win"CHAMPIONSHIPS"tr ue enough you know as an individuall your ultimate skills and what it is you can bring to a team...look around you and evaluate your you honestley think that"TREVOR ARIZA"as good as a skilled and position player that he is will win a ring over there in smart...ala"RON ARTEST"...hell be getting his ring in a couple of months..

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