Jordan Farmar lead Lakers reserves in scoring for 4th straight game.

Farmar finished with 20 points, eight assists, a rebound, a steal, and just one turnover in 26 minutes off the bench in the 132-125 home loss to the Pelicans a night after defeating the Trail Blazers in Portland. Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni said in a post game interview that it appears time to start Farmar, which would mean that Kendall Marshall will likely come off the bench for the time being.ANALYST: Michael Pichan Mobile App