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Desmon Farmer Position Guard Height 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) Weight 220 lb (100 kg) League Israeli Basketball Super League Team Ironi Ashkelon Born October 7, 1981 (1981-10-07) (age 29) Flint, Michigan Nationality American High school Northwestern College USC Draft Not drafted Pro career 2004–present Former teams Aris BC (2004) Telindus Oostende (2005) Prokom Trefl (2005) Tulsa 66ers (2005–07) Seattle SuperSonics (2007) Atléticos San Germán (2007) Rio Grande Valley Vipers (2007–08, 2010) San Antonio Spurs (2008) Spartak Primorje (2008) KK Zadar (2009) Desmon Kenyatta Farmer (born October 7, 1981, in Flint, Michigan) is an American professional basketball player currently with Ironi Ashkelon of the Israeli Basketball Super League. He played briefly in the National Basketball Association, for the Seattle SuperSonics and the San Antonio Spurs. Contents 1 College career 2 Pro career 3 Notes 4 External links // College career Farmer attended and played collegiately for the University of Southern California (USC); he averaged 19 points per game and nearly five rebounds in his final two years combined, graduating in 2004. Pro career After being signed and eventually cut before the season started by the NBA's Indiana Pacers in 2004, Farmer played professionally in Greece, Belgium and Poland before returning to the U.S. to play for the NBA Development League's Tulsa 66ers in 2005–06, averaging 16.4 points per game.[1] Farmer was signed to a contract by the Seattle SuperSonics in October 2006, being waived on January 4, 2007,[2] appearing in eight games during the season. After two seasons, with the 66ers and Rio Grande Valley Vipers—also from the D-League—and a couple of months in Puerto Rico, with Atléticos de San Germán, Farmer was signed by the San Antonio Spurs on September 18, 2008.[3] After playing sparingly, he was waived on November 16, in order to make roster space available for another guard, Blake Ahearn; he signed with the Reno Bighorns in November 2009,[4] after a brief passage in Croatia with KK Zadar.[5] On October 1, 2010, Farmer signed with Ironi Ashkelon.[6] Notes ^ Farmer plants seed with Sonics ^ Sonics Waive Farmer and Glyniadakis ^ Spurs sign Vipers' Desmon Farmer ^ Spurs Sign Blake Ahearn ^ Zadar inks Desmon Farmer ^ External links profile D-League profile Basketpedya career data Persondata Name Farmer, Desmon Alternative names Short description Date of birth October 7, 1981 Place of birth Flint, Michigan Date of death Place of death