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Lakers News: Jordan Farmar Will Return Against Houston Rockets

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It has been rough season to say the least for the Los Angeles Lakers with injuries being a major problem all year long.

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Fortunately, the season is mercifully coming to an end for the Lakers with only five games left on the schedule. Despite only a handful of games left, veteran point guard Jordan Farmar will return to the floor against the Houston Rockets on Tuesday according to Kevin Ding of Bleacher Report:

Farmar has been out of commission for the last 11 games with a groin injury he suffered in practice. Although Farmar has dealt with numerous injuries over the course of the season, the two-time NBA champion has shown enough to merit being re-signed by the team this summer.

As of right now, there’s been no clear indication on who the Lakers are planning on re-signing. Farmar might be at the top of a short list of players receiving consideration to be re-signed by the team, but it could easily go the other way with the team possible drafting a point guard or signing a free agent like Kyle Lowry.

Farmar has shown interest in returning next season along with a few other players on the current squad. Jodie Meeks, Wes Johnson and Xavier Henry are all interested in returning, but there’s no guarantee any of the players mentioned will be retained.
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  • kobe24

    Although I see no point in him coming back now with 8? games left to go but still..welcome back farmar!

    • Hank

      5 games left…

      • Josh

        Thank God this season is almost over

    • Josh

      He owes it to his teammates to play if he can. If he sits, that just means increased workload and minutes for other guys and greater chance of injury for someone else.

      • karasoon4

        Also, I think he wants to use these last 5 games to leave a more positive impression in regards to his game and this year, before heading into the off-season.

  • comrade24

    We should bring him back even if they draft Exum or Smart and sign Lowry. Farmar’s versatile enough to play sg as well, and just look at his +/- this season. The Lakers have been a better team this season when Farmar is on the court. He also is one the last remaining pieces of the Lakers championship days. We need guys who have been there, plus he’s a great defender, unlike Marshall.

    • karasoon4

      Playing off the ball is the exact reason he wanted to leave the Lakers the first time around. Although, he said he is willing to do whatever it takes this time around, I just don’t think he would enjoy it, nor do I think it is using him wisely. He is so much better with the ball in his hands.

      • comrade24

        couldn’t agree more. i’m just saying the guy can play multiple positions. Using him primarily as a sg would be a mistake.

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