HoopsHype Jordan Farmar rumors

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Farmar’s job was to be the backup point guard behind Chris Paul after Darren Collison signed with the Sacramento Kings. “I just never felt I had a real role,” Farmar said. “We talked in the offseason about what my job was going to be. The opportunity just wasn’t the same. It was never time for me to really ever get going and feel comfortable and feel like I had a place on the team.” Los Angeles Times

Farmar was asked if it was true that Rivers was hardest on the guard than anyone else on the team. “You’re correct saying that,” Farmar said. “I would assume that. I’ve been doing this for a long time. For whatever reason, and I can’t really put my finger on it, but it just wasn’t a great fit. On paper, initially it looked really good. It was different in reality – I would probably say from both of our perspectives. So that’s why at the end of the day, we both agreed mutually to go our separate ways.” Los Angeles Times

January 16, 2015 Updates

Farmar, 28, was bought out of his contract with the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday. He clears waivers on Sunday. Cleveland Plain Dealer

Brad Turner: Jordan Farmar on being waived by Clippers today: “I was surprised that it got to this, but yet it became mutual. I just never felt I had a real role. We talked in the off season about what my job was going to be. The opportunity just wasn’t the same. It was never time for me to really ever get going, and feel comfortable and feel like I had a place on the team. Twitter @BA_Turner

The Los Angeles Clippers announced today that the team has waived guard Jordan Farmar. Farmar, 28, leaves the Clippers after appearing in 36 games this season with averages of 4.6 points, 1.9 assists and 1.2 rebounds in 14.7 minutes per game. He has career averages of 7.7 points, 2.9 assists and 1.9 rebounds in 490 games (30 starts) in 19.4 minutes. NBA.com

January 15, 2015 Updates
January 14, 2015 Updates

While nothing the magnitude of last season’s trade for Rudy Gay is imminent, the Kings are exploring trades, with backup point guard Ramon Sessions the most likely candidate to be dealt. According to a league source, the Kings discussed a deal that would have sent Sessions to the Los Angeles Clippers for guard Jordan Farmar. Sessions has missed the last 10 games because of a low back strain. Sacramento Bee

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