Blake Griffin is certainly one reason why road crowds come to see the Clippers/Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Clippers
Secondary ticket marketplace Vivid Seats has released its annual home and road NBA ticket price report, and it shows the Clippers drawing plenty of road interest.
The Clippers have the eighth-highest median ticket price in the league at $115. On the road, the Clippers are the fifth-most coveted team, increasing median ticket prices by 31.6 percent as the visiting team.
The Lakers come in second in both categories with a median ticket price of $165 and road value of plus-60.1 percent.
The Cleveland Cavaliers – with LeBron James again in the fold, as well as newly acquired Kevin Love – are first. They have a median ticket price of $216 and a road value of plus-138.6 percent.
Jordan Farmar/photo courtesy of Los Angeles Lakers
Free agent point guard Jordan Farmar and the Clippers have reportedly come to terms on a two-year deal.
The two-year accord is for $4.2 million, with the second year being a player option.
Farmar, out of UCLA, played the first four years of his career for the Lakers, played two years for the New Jersey Nets, did not play in 2012-13 and then played this past season for the Lakers.
In 41 regular-season games in an injury-plagued 2013-14, Farmar averaged 10.1 points and 4.9 assists. He is averaging 7.9 points and 3.0 assists over his seven-year career.
Farmar, 27, went to Taft High in Woodland Hills.
This could off-set the recent loss of point guard Darren Collison, who signed with Sacramento.
The Los Angeles Times first reported this deal, citing NBA executives not at liberty to speak publicly on the matter.
Thursday is the first day free agents can actually sign their contracts.