July 14, 2011 | 5:05 pm
Posted by Jeremy Fine
Right after we released the story on Will Bynum, we got word that Jordan Farmar has gone on record saying he would be willing to play overseas and possibly in Israel. It is not for certain that he would end up with Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel’s top team). There are only a certain amount of non-native players allowed on the team. Plus a Jewish NBA player would be amazing PR for any Israeli team, so there would most likely be a bidding war over Farmar’s services. Regardless, we would love to see Farmar in Israel. To read more click HERE.
And Let Us Say…Amen.
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