The Los Angeles Lakers have exercised a fourth year contract option for the 2009-10 season on Jordan Farmar, it was announced today. In accordance with the league’s collective bargaining agreement, the Lakers had until October 31 to exercise their option on Farmar. Per team policy, terms of the agreement were not released.

Selected by the Lakers with the 26th pick in the first round of the 2006 NBA draft, Farmar, a third year guard out of UCLA, averaged 9.1 points, 2.2 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 20.6 minutes over 82 games last season (all career-highs).

  • Michael_23

    Not surprised. …

  • Nabil

    didn’t even realize that was coming up. but, yeah, it’s a good move.


    what the hell is that?!?! are they trading him to the Thunder?

  • Edward

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    Where is that coming from?


    Now Jordan and Ariza (The HeadBangerz) can do work on the opposing teams bench,I mean that off the back board dunk to TA was one of the best plays EVER,I don’t care if it was preseason.,to ALL Laker fans…WE WILL WIN THE O’BRIEN THIS TIME…and the next time and THE NEXT TIME AFTER THAT,WHAT?!?!


  • Lakers4REalz


    with you bro..

    boston eat Sh#t

  • yellowpurplefever

    Famar deserves it, he brings it in pre-season. Only thing Mitch can do is to Lock him up. Why can Vlady and Fluke show up like this kid.

  • Billy Kupchak

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    he’s trippin’ out on the drugs