Wow, who knew that Jordy had an injury too? I guess Kobe had an impact on the team!
L.A. Times: Jordan Farmar missed Tuesday’s shoot-around because he was getting treatment on a sprained joint on his left pinkie.
Yet, despite not getting that extra shooting he loves on game days, Farmar knocked down shot after shot later that night during the Lakers’ 122-99 victory over the Indiana Pacers at Staples Center.
Farmar made eight of his 10 shots, including three of four three-point attempts.
He finished with 19 points, the second-highest total for the Lakers behind Kobe Bryant’s 24.
“I got the finger taped up and just got a good look to start with and went in and just tried to get to the basket,” Farmar said. “They play a spread-out style of basketball. You can get up and down a little bit. So early in the game, I just tried to be aggressive and get to the basket.”