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Jordan Farmar
Full Name: Jordan Robert Farmar
Position: Guard
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 180
Birthdate: November 30, 1986 (Los Angeles, Calif.)
High School: Taft HS (Woodland Hills, Calif.)
College: UCLA
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2004-05 29 29 120 292 .411 109 136 .801 63 189 .333 101 153 41 3 383 13.2
2005-06 37 37 172 420 .410 91 127 .717 34 102 .333 95 189 41 9 498 13.5
Totals 66 66 292 712 .410 200 263 .760 97 291 .333 196 342 82 12 881 13.3

An early entry candidate for the 2006 NBA Draft.

Career Highlights: Earned All-Pac-10 honors as a sophomore. Was also a mid-season nominee for the Naismith and Wooden Awards and was named First Team All-District by the NABC and USBWA. Career total of 97 made three-pointers currently ranks ninth on UCLA’s all-time list.

Sophomore (2005-06): Led the Pac-10 in assists (5.1 apg) while averaging 13.5 points. Season total of 189 assists rank as the ninth best single-season mark in school history. Missed two games with a sprained right ankle. Led the team in scoring 13 times. Posted career-high 28 points, including 23 points in the second half vs. Memphis. Shot 10-for-13 from the field in scoring 24 points vs. Nevada. Scored a team-high 22 points vs. West Virginia. Dished out a career-high 12 assists vs. Washington. Recorded a double-double of 16 points and 10 assists vs. Coppin State. Scored a team-high 19 points in the Pac-10 Tournament finals vs. Cal, on his way to All-Tournament honors. Led team with 18 points vs. Alabama in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Tallied 15 points and six assists, including the game-winning pass, in the comeback win over Gonzaga in the Sweet Sixteen. Scored 18 points in the National Championship game vs. Florida. Named to the Final Four All-Tournament team.

Freshman (2004-05): Led all Pac-10 freshmen in scoring (13.2 ppg), assists (5.3 ppg), free throw percentage (801), and minutes played (34.3 mpg). Ranked second among all Pac-10 players in assists. Was one of two players, along with fellow freshman Arron Afflalo, to start every game for the Bruins. Led team in scoring seven times, with a season-high 27 points vs. Arizona. Scored 25 points on 8-for-11 shooting vs. Pepperdine. Tallied a season-high nine assists vs. Michigan. Registered 23 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists vs. Oregon State. Earned Pac-10 All-Freshman Team honors and was named conference Freshman of the Year.

Strengths: Terrific ball-handling and passing skills. Can penetrate and kick or pull up for the mid-range jumpshot. Uses change of speeds well, and is a solid team defender.

Personal: Majoring in psychology. Godfather is former major league baseball player Eric Davis.