Jordan Farmar Proves He’s Happy to be Back in Los Angeles Lakers Purple and Gold
Jordan Farmar

Jordan Farmar grew up in Los Angeles, attended Taft High School (the same high school my mother graduated from in the 1960s) and then went on to play basketball at UCLA. He was selected 28th overall in 2006 by the […]

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LOS ANGELES LAKERS

Jabari Parker Duke

On Thursday morning, former Duke superstar Jabari Parker finally made the announcement that he would be turning pro and entering the NBA Draft after a successful freshman season at Duke. This decision seemed like a forgone conclusion for the past few month, though Parker dragged it […]

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Los Angeles Lakers

Just when we assume the Los Angeles Lakers have lost their lust when attracting players, reports break that top prospects Jabari Parker, Dante Exum and Joel Embiid all have expressed interest in playing for the franchise. As Los Angeles will more than […]

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As the Los Angeles Lakers‘ final home game of the season came to a conclusion versus the Memphis Grizzlies, Pau Gasol received tons of love from fans exiting the floor. It was certainly warranted respect for a player who has […]

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Richard Mackson - USA TODAY Sports

PG Jordan Farmar returned to the Los Angeles Lakers this season with high hopes. He signed a one-year contract and was expected to be the first guard off of the bench. He had a successful stint as a role player […]

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Los Angeles Lakers Rumors

A recent rumor began to heat up again, as it was reported that impending free agent Luol Deng is ‘on the radar’ for the Los Angeles Lakers this summer. Though many fans have already assumed this as a possibility, it […]

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Los Angeles Lakers

Steve Nash has had a tough go of it over the past two years. He signed on with the Los Angles Lakers to win an NBA title, but after starting just 60 games in two seasons, the conversation is no […]

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Los Angeles Lakers

Talk about tanking. The game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Houston Rockets from the Staples Center looked more like a glorified pick-up game than an NBA basketball game. Disparity between teams as well as teams tanking have become gigantic problems in the NBA, […]

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