April 14, 2011 | 12:47 pm
Posted by Jeremy Fine
Last night in a rare start Jordan Farmar showed that he can play with the best. He dropped 21 points and handed out 12 assists. Farmar ended the season averaging 9.6ppg while shooting 39.2% from the field. He dished out 5.0 apg and pulled down 2.4rpg.
Omri Casspi only played 4 minutes in the team’s final game that resulted in an overtime loss to the Lakers. He averaged 8.6ppg, with 1 apg, and 4.3rpg.
Rough year for the Jewish basketball players even though Farmar showed signs of life near the end.
And Let Us Say…Amen.
- Jeremy Fine
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