November 5, 2016, 10:42 pm
Jordan Farmar scored nine points on 3-of-10 shooting (including three treys) with two rebounds, seven assists and two steals in 25 minutes off the bench on Saturday against the Bucks.
Ty Lawson (one point, six assists, 0-for-4 FGs, 20 minutes) has run the offense into the ground as far as his responsibilities are concerned and Farmar is the next man up for the Kings, who took a gamble on Lawson over Farmar earlier in the season. We’ve seen Farmar give short stretches of serviceable play in both fantasy and reality before he either gets hurt or starts to struggle against frontline players. He’s not afraid to shoot though and right now the same can’t be said for Lawson, and Darren Collison can’t get back soon enough for the Kings.