Found February 04, 2014 on Sports Injury Alert:
The Los Angeles Lakers have been battling injuries all season, which is a big reason they are 16-31, fourth place in the Pacific Division. Hit particularly hard has been the back court of Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Steve Blake and Jordan Farmar. Bryant and Nash have each missed 41 games, Blake has missed 26 games and Farmar has missed 25 games. After a report yesterday that Farmar will need a minimum of a week to return from his hamstring injury, the Lakers' official site reported that Farmar feels he can play tomorrow if the team allows him to do so.Bobby  via Wikimedia CommonsYesterday it appeared that Farmar would need at least another week.  As tweeted by Mike Trudell, sideline reporter for Lakers' broadcasts and beat reporter for Lakers.com,Consider Nash and Blake closer than Farmar, who will likely be out at minimum another week with the hamstring injury.— Mike Trudell (@LakersReporter) February 2, 2014Now it appears that Nash will play tomorrow and Blake and Farmar coul...
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