Jordan Farmar Signs Deal to Play in Israel

Former Los Angeles Lakers point guard Jordan Farmar has signed a deal with Israeli powerhouse Maccabi Tel Aviv, but will opt our of his contract once the NBA lockout ends. Farmar, who is Jewish, was drafted by the Lakers and won two championships in his time in Los Angeles.

Farmar is now the second former Laker to take his talents overseas, Sasha Vujacic signed with the Turkish club Anadolu Efes Istanbul earlier this summer.



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