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Orange County Register Jan 16, 2015
Clippers waive Jordan Farmar

Clippers waive Jordan Farmar

The Clippers and backup point guard Jordan Farmar officially parted ways Friday, with the team buying Farmar out of the remaining time on his contract and waiving him. Farmar called the decision “mutual.” The move comes on the heels of the...
Fear The Sword Jan 16, 2015

Report: Cavs have expressed interested in Jordan Farmar

After reportedly being interested in Nate Robinson, the Cavs may have their eyes on another point guard. According to Chris Haynes of the Northeast Ohio Media Group, the Cleveland Cavaliers have reportedly interested in free agent point guard Jordan Farmar. Farmar clears waivers on Sunday. Yahoo! Sports first reported yesterday that the Clippers were waiving Farmar yesterday to make room for guard Austin Rivers, son of Clippers coach and president Doc Rivers. In pursuit of point guard depth, @Clevelanddotcom has learned the #Cavs have inquired about point guard Jordan Farmar...
Plain Dealer Jan 16, 2015
Cleveland Cavaliers have expressed interest in backup point guard Jordan Farmar

Cleveland Cavaliers have expressed interest in backup point guard Jordan Farmar

The Cleveland Cavaliers are actively searching for a backup point guard and have reached out to Jordan Farmar, a league source tells NEOMG.
Los Angeles Times Jan 16, 2015

Jordan Farmar on stint with Clippers: 'It just wasn't a great fit'

Jordan Farmar admitted he was “surprised that it got to this point” where the Clippers felt that it was best to waive the 6-2 backup point guard on Friday.
Clips Nation Jan 15, 2015

Report: Farmar to be Bought out Tonight

According to Marc Spears, David Aldridge, and Arash Marzazi, the Clippers and guard Jordan Farmar are working on a contract buyout that should be completed tonight. In a rather surprising turn, it was rumored today across basketball twitter that backup point guard Jordan Farmar would be waived by the end of the day if the team could not trade him. Just six months ago, the Clippers signed Farmar to a two-year deal worth roughly $4.2 million, and now, after 36 disappointing games, the two parties are apparently already ready to part ways.  The Clippers today agreed to a confusing trade that...
Sactown Royalty Jan 13, 2015

Sacramento reportedly looking at dealing Ramon Sessions, maybe for Jordan Farmar

Despite the flurry of trade activity in the past two weeks from other NBA teams, the Kings have been relatively quiet on the front, which is unusual for this front office.  However, there's still plenty of time before the February 19th trade deadline, and the Sacramento's Jason Jones reports that the Kings could be making a move soon to try to improve their bench. Kings looking to make a deal. No blockbuster but Ramon Sessions could be on the move. Jordan Farmar a possible target, per source — Jason Jones (@mr_jasonjones) January 13, 2015 Ramon Sessions has had the worst year of his...

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