Lakers Discussing Trade for Jordan Farmar

ESPN’s Ric Bucher reported on the air today that the Lakers might be looking to bring back a familiar face. New Jersey Nets’ reserve point guard Jordan Farmar is reportedly within the Lakers’ crosshairs, as they are looking for possible trades heading into the second half of the season.

Farmar, who played the first four seasons of his career in Los Angeles, is currently the back-up point guard for the Nets. After New Jersey failed to land Carmelo Anthony, who was traded yesterday to the New York Knicks, they might be looking to make another potential trade to strengthen their team for the future.

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