Jordan Farmar said he’s "pretty confident" he will return to the Lakers next season. Even though he’s confident, Farmar is mindful that is a "business."
Like many of the Lakers this season, Farmar dealt with his fair share of injuries and was limited to just 41 games this season. He finished the year with averages of 10.1 points, 2.5 rebounds and 4.9 assists over 22.2 minutes per game. Should the Lakers bring him back, he would return to a similar support role.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Colin Kaepernick has worked with Kurt Warner on his throwing mechanics this offseason.
Specifically, the story notes that Kaepernick is working on "engaging his lower half" to allow for better touch. It's hard to believe Kurt Warner would know more about throwing mechanics than Jim Harbaugh or any other quarterback coach Kap has ever worked with. This appears to be more fluff than anything else, though is reports from camp suggest there's been a real change to approach or delivery of throwing a football, it could be something worth remembering on draft day. Analysis: Spencer Silva