Social Media on the Jordan Farmar Signing
It was reported recently that veteran guard Jordan Farmar has agreed on a contract that will have him playing for the Sacramento Kings this upcoming season.
With the recent news released by the Kings, it has made some of the franchise’s fans express their opinions through social media.
— Sacramento Kings (@SacramentoKings) September 14, 2016
With that being said, listed down below are some of the responses that the A Royal Pain team was able to gather pertaining with the Jordan Farmar signing.
Kings sign Jordan Farmar, who plays basketball
— Carmichael Dave (@CarmichaelDave) September 13, 2016
Jordan Farmar is a better basketball player than Ty Lawson.
— Greg Wissinger (@gwiss) September 13, 2016
Really? So maybe Ty Lawson doesn't make the team after all. https://t.co/n6FQUjNIvn
— Akis Yerocostas (@Aykis16) September 13, 2016
So the Kings sign Jordan Farmar. It's getting better and better.
— Jonathan Walker (@JWalker_GtG) September 13, 2016
Not a bad pickup at all. Welcome to Sac-town @JrFarmar ????????
— Coolbreeze (@ColonelBailey) September 13, 2016
When the Kings sign Jordan Farmar pic.twitter.com/wo5KUVPvOV
— Boba Fettke (@V_Fettke) September 13, 2016
Jordan Farmar is a solid pick up by the Kings. Never was a fan but I'm not mad at it
— Darth Vader (@WHOSDWAYNEJONES) September 13, 2016
Envision Jordan Farmar with Kings as a short-term solution during Darren Collison's upcoming suspension – beyond that? Doubtful
— Sean Cunningham (@SeanCunningham) September 13, 2016
Always kinda liked Jordan Farmar. Glad he's on the Kings
— Theo DeRosa (@Derosatheo11) September 13, 2016
so Jordan Farmar is now a king. like that move. be a good leader
— SacTown6thMan (@SacTown6thMan) September 13, 2016
The Farmar signing must mean the Kings expect a pretty long suspension for Collison?
— KingFanKrish (@krishcoughran) September 14, 2016
Collison will receive an inevitable suspension from the NBA due to a convicted domestic violence charge, so Farmar will have a fair chance to receive some significant playing time in the early stages of the upcoming NBA season.