Nov 9, 2011, 8:09 AM EST
The World from Public Radio International sat down (well, actually stood up) and talked to Jordan Farmar about playing in Israel, where he is during the NBA lockout. Farmar is a Los Angeles boy, born and raised, who went on to win a couple of rings with the Lakers before going to the Nets. Moving to Israel is a dramatic change.
He will be back in New Jersey if they ever figure out the lockout, but for now he gets to experience Tel Aviv.
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