Los Angeles Lakers point guard Jordan Farmar has a torn hamstring and will miss at least four weeks, the team announced Wednesday. The new tear is expected to keep Farmar out a minimum of four weeks. Although the hamstring tear is in the same leg, this tear is in a different location than the tear that Farmar suffered on December 1, which kept him out three-and-a-half weeks. Los Angeles Lakers guard Jordan Farmar will be out for at least four weeks with another tear in his left hamstring. The Lakers are without Kobe Bryant, Xavier Henry and three point guards: Steve Nash, Steve Blake and Farmar. Team release Posted Jan 1, 2014 4:19 PM Lakers guard Jordan Farmar had an ultrasound test and was examined by Dr. Luga Podesta this morning after injuring his left hamstring in last night's game versus the Milwaukee Bucks. "I told them I'd rather get it looked at so at least I know if it is scar tissue, then I know it's something that I have to push through, and if it's not, then we'll know how to deal with it.