March 30, 2016, 8:10 pm
Jordan Farmar logged 25 minutes and put up 14 points, five assists, two 3-pointers and a steal.
He looks firmly planted into the starting point guard role for the remainder of the regular season with Mike Conley likely resting until the playoffs and with Ray McCallum fading into the darkness (7 minutes). Lance Stephenson has also backed off on the ball handling duties with only one assist on the evening to go with 12 points and not much else. Farmar looks like a great option going forward for cheap point guard production and the veteran point guard deserves to be owned in standard leagues.