The Los Angeles Lakers just can’t stay healthy this season.
Multiple players have suffered significant injuries, which includes point guard Jordan Farmar who was diagnosed with a torn hamstring Wednesday morning. The injury will force Farmar to miss at least a minimum of four weeks (and possibly more):
Results show that Farmar has a tear in his left hamstring, which is expected to keep him out a minimum of four weeks.
Farmer recently returned from a ten game absence which was caused by a hamstring strain, though the tear is in a different area and has nothing to do with the previously healed strain.
The strain kept Farmar off the court for nearly a month so it’s possible the Lakers point guard could miss more than the minimum four weeks as diagnosed by Dr. Luga Podesta, who found the tear in an ultrasound test.