Tony Farmer joins Tijuana Dragones
Tony Farmer will be the new coach, and player, for the Tijuana Dragones.
A former NBA player --played for Charlote in 1997-98 season and for Golden State in 1999-2000-- Farmer will be in the bench and ready to play for Tijuana´s next game, that will be at home next thursday against Belingham Slam.
Farmer represents an immediate impact for the Dragones in the Center position, with his 6´10 and 244 lbs presence, plus will fill de vacancy in the coaching chair that Joao da Costa left after his quitting last week.
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