When will this end? It looks Jordan's status is iffy for Thursday night's game:
Farmar hurt the ankle early in the second half of Saturday's win against Arizona. X-rays and an MRI were negative. The injury was classified as a sprain, which means damage to the ligaments, and Farmar said the ankle was discolored.
UCLA coach Ben Howland and Farmar said the guard's availability against the Cougars would be a game-time decision.
"I'm hoping he'll be able to go," Howland said Tuesday. "Knowing him and his competitive nature, it would take a lot ... and right now he's playing so well."
Earlier this season Farmar missed two games with a right ankle sprain and was hobbled for more than a month. He said the right ankle doesn't hurt, but "it's not as strong as it should be."
Farmar, a Pacific-10 Conference player the year candidate, admitted the prudent move may be to rest his left ankle against Washington State, but that may not happen.