Jordan Farmar Breaks Trey Burke’s Ankles
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The Los Angeles Lakers headed into Salt Lake City on Monday night sporting a seven-game losing streak with hopes of ending their ugly skid with a win over the Utah Jazz.
Fortunately, mostly due to Nick Young’s 41 points, the Lakers were able to come out on top against the lowly Jazz. Young may have stolen the show with his impressive offensive performance, but it was Jordan Farmar’s incredible crossover on rookie Trey Burke that turned out to be the play of the day.
With the game basically in the bag for the Lakers, Farmar brought the ball up the court and showed off his handles by crossing up Burke and leaving him in the dust.