January 24, 2012 | 5:51 am
Posted by Jeremy Fine
Jordan Farmar continued his hot shooting last night in a loss to the Bulls. Farmar, who plays behind Deron Williams, dropped 22 pts and added 4 assists. This has come on the heels for a great streak for Farmar. With Rookie MarShon Brooks out, Farmar has made the most of his time. He has scored in double figures six times in his last eight games and is averaging 13.5 points over that span. He continues to see around 20 minutes off the bench and is shooting 47% . Hopefully, Farmar can keep it up and revert back to his UCLA days (I added that because its College Basketball Week).
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