Kobe Bryant and Derek Fisher will present Jordan Farmar with his championship ring before Friday night’s game against the New Jersey Nets at Staples Center. Farmar helped the Lakers win their second consecutive title last June, and then signed a three-season, $12-million contract with the Nets. It’s the first season Farmar has played away from home. He went to high school at Taft of Woodland Hills and college at UCLA before the Lakers selected him in the first round (26th overall) in the 2006 draft. Farmar is the last of the 2009-10 championship team members to get his ring. DJ Mbenga received his when the New Orleans Hornets played at Staples on Jan. 7. The team mailed Adam Morrison his ring after he failed to hook on with an NBA team this season.