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Lakers News: Jordan Farmar Wants To Re-Sign With The Lakers

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Only six games remain in the 2013-14 NBA season with a lot of uncertainty heading into the off-season for the Los Angeles Lakers. Although there’s no telling what the roster will look like for the Lakers next season, one veteran wants to stay with the team moving forward.

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According to Mark Medina of the L.A. Daily News, Jordan Farmar hopes to re-sign with the Lakers this summer:

Hence, why Farmar wants to stay with the Lakers when he becomes a free agent this offseason.

“I’ll be fine. The Lakers will be fine,” said Farmar, a former Woodland Hills Taft High and UCLA standout. “I have plans and high hopes to be here for a long time. I hope it all works out.”

Despite experiencing arguably one of the worst seasons in franchise history, quite a few players on the current squad want to stay in Los Angeles. Along with Farmar, the majority of the players the team that are set to become free agents have expressed a desire to remain in Los Angeles.

Among the players expressing interest in re-signing with the Lakers this summer are Jodie Meeks, Wes Johnson and Xavier Henry.

Not only have Farmar and the three players mentioned shown an interest in being retained by the Lakers, but Pau Gasol has not ruled out a return to the team. Nick Young may also re-sign with the storied franchise if able to work out a new deal with the team in the off-season.
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  • Jim213

    Injuries is the concern but when on the court he’s managed the game better than anyone else on the roster.

  • michael

    you can stay. As well as young and a 8 mio gasol.
    If there are good (with acceptable price tags) FA we can get, take ‘em. Draft Gordon and fill the rest with either one year contracts or minimum salaries.

    Our roster is weak and awful. We shouldn’t keep players we don’t need and just shrink our cap space, that makes no sense.

    I would like to see sign and trades for these players (might be possible for bazemore and meeks as a package) to get cheap but good bench players.

    We are weak now and need the cap for 2015. But we should become at least Play off contenders.

    • nlruizjr

      this team can score with the best of them, their problem is defense and to be good on defense they need a good defensive coach because MD has everyone outside the paint and that doesn’t bode well for defense.

      • michael

        I agree, we need a new coach, BUT this roster wont be a future for a title contender.

        We need more picks. There are great unspoken athletes we could draft, but wee need picks.

      • Josh

        Mike D’Antoni is not the reason other teams get so many wide open jump shots or drive the lane so easily. His offense gives up fast breaks, but they only give up 6 more points per game than the best fast break defense in the league. Half court defense is about communication and effort, and that rests on the players more than the coach.

    • destiny brown

      I Disagree on packaging Kent! Keep Kent he has good d!

      • michael

        We may be able to draft scottie wilbekin. His d is better and he would benefit from nash.

    • comrade24

      If the goal is to attract Kevin Love next summer, we need to find a way to keep cap room open for him while still able to field a team that make the playoffs without him. I personally would love to see the FO go out and get Luol Deng. We need to be bringing in defensive minded guys.

  • destiny brown

    Resign Kent, Young, Farmar, Hill& Henry! Sign Rudy(3yr12mil) Isaiah Thomas, Monroe(3yr9mil) Also Sign Josh McRoberts! Draft Dante& Gordon if still on board!

    • Devin

      Rudy Gay is making $17 million a year right now.The lowes he will play for is $12 million dollars a year.

    • Josh

      This isn’t NBA2K. You can’t just edit players or force contracts/trades to get whatever you want. Gay is overpaid and would be foolish to opt out of his contract. I don’t think I could stomach having a guy named Isaiah Thomas wearing a Lakers uniform. There’s no way the Pistons let Monroe walk if he’s willing to accept $3 million/year. And you can only pick one player with a draft pick.

  • destiny brown

    I Would Also Bring Up Terrance Williams!

    • Josh


  • Josh

    I wasn’t sure if Farmar would want to come back, but I’d love to see him with the team next season. I know it isn’t saying much, but he’s easily the best PG on the team if he lets his body heal up this summer.

  • comrade24

    Farmar is athletic and plays hard nose defense. Hope he can stay injury free next season. If we don’t end up drafting or picking up a pg in FA, i would be totally fine with Farmar being the starting pg with Nash (occasionally) and Marshall backing him up.

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