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Jordan Farmar and Chris Kaman officially ex-Lakers
Jordan Farmar and Chris Kaman officially ex-Lakers

The NBA's annual moratorium ended Thursday, allowing teams to sign free agents. While it didn't take long before a number of players signed their deals, the Lakers remained in neutral while waiting for New York Knicks free agent Carmelo Anthony to decide his future. The Lakers would love to give Anthony a significant deal to change coasts, but a New York Daily News report Wednesday indicated the high-scoring forward is expected to return to the Knicks. Meanwhile, the Lakers officially lost two players from last year's squad. Chris Kaman officially joined the Portland Trail Blazers on Thursday; Jordan Farmar became a Clipper. Shooting guard Jodie Meeks has agreed to...

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