Jordan Farmar, who played with Vujacic in Los Angeles, believes he can help.
“I describe him like a soccer player,” said Farmar, who will now be paired in the starting lineup with Devin Harris due to Morrow’s injury. “He has antics to get the crowd going. He also can shoot the ball well. He’s feisty and competitive. He was sitting there and I know he’s anxious to play. So, I’m happy for him. I’m looking forward to having him here. He’s not going to come here and be a savior, but he brings experience and has a lot of big-game experience.”
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