L.A. Times: For Jordan Farmar, the key word was “aggressive.”
He was aggressive on offense, attacking the rim, pulling up for three-pointers.
He was aggressive on defense, hustling to block a shot, getting in the passing lane during the Lakers’ 106-87 rout of the New Jersey Nets on Sunday night at Staples Center.
“I just tried to stay positive and stay aggressive the whole time,” Farmar said.
He was, scoring a season-high 15 points. He made a season-high six field goals out of nine attempts. He was three for four from three-point range.
“I’ve been having some good looks the last couple of weeks,” Farmar said. “They haven’t been going in for me, going in and out, a little short, a little long.
“But I’ve been in the gym every night making thousands of shots every day. If I’m going to miss those open looks, I know they’ll start going down. I’m just staying aggressive.”