Hopefully he stays consistent even though he is a rookie. Farmar has to shake off this bad game, and bounce back in the next one.live and die in LA wrote:I know it's only one game but Javaris Crittenton really impressed me, he even had the poise to make the game winner.
spitty wrote:whats his stats from this game?
JuanyO wrote:lotus wrote:BDG wrote:Tipoff: 6 PM PST
NBA.com says the game is at 6pm ET
Yeah, it's the second game of the day at 3pm PST.
paladizzle wrote:now its time to watch SUN YUE.
Yeah, I wish I'd seen it ... wasn't at the computer.lotus wrote:BDG wrote:I'm so upset .... I thought this game was at 6 PM PST not EST
That's why I posted right after you with a correction.
Number 4 according to his pictures in the gallery. He's on the bench right now I think.Stearnfxr wrote:paladizzle wrote:now its time to watch SUN YUE.
What's Sun's #?
cthroatgtr wrote:I wouldn't worry about Farmar. I would gather that most of the rookies were active getting ready or the draft and in workouts, especially the ones without guaranteed spots. Farmar probably took some time to refresh his body and then work on specific aspects, whether it be strength, quickness, etc. If he stinks in game 2 I would be worried. Wow a good first game for the rook. Might prove to be a good pick.
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