The Los Angeles Lakers have had to endure a torrid time this season. They have been without talismanic guard, Kobe Bryant for much of the season and the best you can say is that they are likely to finish the season with a high draft pick.
However, Jordan Farmar was able to bring some joy for Lakers fans last night during a rare victory against the Utah Jazz.
Farmar created a great open look for Nick Young by crossing over rookie Trey Burke at mid-court, breaking the youngster's ankles and sending him to the ground.
The Lakers guard then quickly passed it around the arc for Swaggy P himself to drain the three pointer.
It remains to be seen if Farmar will be an integral part of the Lakers after their upcoming summer of transition, but nice little moves like this will do his case no harm.