Don't expect Farmar, Meeks or Henry back before All-Star break next weekend (two more games after today). Gasol/Kobe also out, of course.
While Mike D'Antoni called Jordan Farmar day to day - he also suggested he could be out through the All-Star break with sore hamstring
ESPN.com "The Los Angeles Lakers' long-awaited cavalry finally came in Thursday. Or at least part of it. Steve Nash, Steve Blake and Jordan Farmar returned to the practice floor, providing the point guard-depleted Lakers a sudden boon in the backcourt. All three guards are ruled out for the Lakers'..." January 30
Pro Basketball Talk "The Lakers’ journey through this season is starting to resemble Odysseus’ trip home from Troy. Just four games after returning from a hamstring tear, point guard Jordan Farmar has suffered another hamstring tear, this one is expected to keep him sidelined for a month, the Lakers have..." January 01
INJURY UPDATE: @JrFarmar’s ultrasound showed that his hamstring is completely healed. He is cleared to play.
Pro Basketball Talk "The Lakers are playing without any healthy point guards at the moment, which is making things difficult on the team overall, but especially on Kobe Bryant. Bryant leads the league in turnovers with 5.7 per contest, and while he’s only played six games, it’s substantially more than Stephen..." December 19
Doctor said Farmer's hamstring was still not healed. He'll be looked at again Dec. 24, day before Lakers play Miami.
Inside Socal "The Lakers are about to add another player to their roster, and it doesn’t involve a trade. Lakers point guard Jordan Farmar has steadily progressed in healing his strained left hamstring enough that he could return as early as Friday when the Lakers host the Minnesota Timberwolves at Staples..." December 17
Jordan Farmar said postgame the earliest he might play again is Friday if he's given clean bill of health, and feels OK after practices
Jordan Farmar has a left hamstring strain and won’t return tonight.
Jordan Farmar had an ultrasound today that shows a tear in his left hamstring. He's expected to be out for a month
L.A. Daily News "During this time of Thanksgiving, the Lakers no longer can express gratitude about recent NBA championships. But the Lakers can count their blessings on how backup point guard Jordan Farmar has stuffed the box score, making his $1 million signing to return in his second stint here a far better..." November 29
Pro Basketball Talk "Jordan Farmar was a member of two championship teams in four seasons during his first tour of duty with the Lakers albeit in a reserve role. He clashed with Phil Jackson at times and felt constrained by what he was expected to do within the Triangle offense. Farmar always felt like he was..." September 07
L.A. Daily News "Jordan Farmar was on his first official visit as a Laker again and he was wheeling purple Lakers bags filled with souvenirs through the pediatrics unit Tuesday at UCLA Medical Center Santa Monica. His first stop was in Jasmine Faulk’s room and he received a warm welcome. Faulk made him two..." August 15