Farmar update

Jordan Farmar reported feeling little pain from his surgically-repaired left knee and did not rule out a return by the All-Star break in mid-February. Here are a few other tidbits from his conversation with reporters today after practice:

“It feels good, really good. There’s not a lot of pain. I just need to get my quad strong and my muscles firing again. I just need to get back on the court and get working on some stuff again.

“I’ll probably get into a pool next week. I’ll probably do some cardio work in the pool. Once it gets strong again and I get my full range of motion back, then I can go back on the court and start doing some stuff.

“Being away from basketball is the hardest part. This is the third day I’ve been back to the facility. I’ve been at home trying to keep the swelling down. I’ve been in here at 7 a.m. working on it.”

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  • Farmar needs to be sold to the highest bidder; his up and down performance is too up and down

  • BruinFBBB

    He’s young. He’ll get more consistent as he gets more games under his belt.

    I mean, Kobe should have been traded after air-balling all of those shots v. Utah in the playoffs back in the day, right?

    Farmar is the next Kobe…