Time Warner Cable SportsNet’s Andy Adler, Dave Miller, ESPN 710’s Beto Duran and I talked all the things Lakers the other day. That included weighing what impact Jordan Farmar’s return to the Lakers will have.
That included hitting on many themes. Farmar joined the Lakers on a one-year, veteran’s minimum deal with the Lakers despite earning a lucrative contract last season playing overseas in Turkey. We compared and contrasted Farmar’s frustration with Phil Jackson’s triangle offense and his confidence he’ll fit in well with Mike D’Antoni’s system. And we explained the value in Farmar bringing depth to the team’s point guard unit.
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