March 22, 2016, 11:14 pm
Jordan Farmar was back at his old stomping grounds on Tuesday at the Staples Center, but he was didn’t exactly tear the doors down with eight points on 2-of-9 shooting, two treys, one board, five assists and two steals in 31 minutes off the bench.
It wasn’t a total loss but Farmar needs a big push and quickly to get on the standard league radar. If you need some point guard stats with a heavy focus on 3-point shooting he could be worth a look, but in terms of overall value he has his work cut out for him staying in the top-150 on a per-game basis. Ray McCallum had just three assists in 17 minutes and he’s a drop candidate in almost any format.