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Clippers Jordan Farmar, Spencer Hawes buy in to their new situation
Clippers Jordan Farmar, Spencer Hawes buy in to their new situation

The assembled media quickly formed a circle around Jordan Farmar, everyone seeking answers on why the free-agent point guard signed with the Clippers rather than stay with the Lakers. Farmar smiled before he answered, saying that Clippers Coach Doc Rivers was the first to call him and that the Lakers didn't seem prepared "to do anything" soon regarding him. So Farmar joined the Clippers, signing a two-year deal for $4.2 million, with a player option for the second season. Farmar was introduced Thursday along with center Spencer Hawes, who signed a four-year contract worth $23 million to play for the Clippers. With the Lakers, Farmar played in 41 games last season in...

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