No, I'm looking at ALL of his stats are they are quite simply pedestrian at best. Last season in NJ/Brooklyn, he played in nearly 40 games...big [expletive]ing whoop. Farmar been in the league since '06/'07 and he's still garbage...where's the improvement??? Average to below average in LA and the same thing in NJ/Brooklyn.
The improvement?Wow ok.
In his last season with LA he shot 44% 7.2PPG. Not a horrible percentage for a PG but he has increase it to 47% in his last season in the NBA and he actually shot 2 less shots per game that season.
His 3P% was a decent 38%. Also not bad but he has increased it to 44% while shoot about a half a shot more than his last season in LA. So statistically he is defiantly shooting much better.
Also you talk of his stats being pedestrian now but apparently thats also means he's garbage? So what is it, is he average player or is he garbage. Ill tell you right now and average bench PG doesn't shoot 44% from the 3 and have a 47FG% on 10 points per game.
Ramon Sessions I think is a great example of an average PG in the league. He shoots about 41%Fg and 31 3P% on 14.4 PPG with 4 APG. Farmar easily trumps those stats. Especially when Sessions was averaging 27 MPG while Farmar was only getting 21.
You keep bringing up things from his early seasons. So now every NBA player is only a good as he is in his rookie season.
Also the notion that he was average to below average on the nets is laughable. There were only 5 players with significant minutes who had better FG% than him and they were all big men who shoot close except for Green. So compared to all the guards he was shooting by far the best.
Again you are bringing nothing but blind hate to a player who obviously is getting better and is only 26 years old. This isn't some 30+ veteran who's getting worse every year, its a still young player who has yet to even reach his prime.