LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Already without injured star LeBron James, the Los Angeles Lakers will be missing guard Lonzo Ball for the next four to six weeks after an MRI on Sunday showed a sprained left ankle.
Ball was injured in the third quarter of the Lakers' 138-134 overtime loss at Houston on Saturday night. He remained on the court for a couple of minutes talking with trainers before he was helped to his feet where he hopped on his right foot for a few steps before being carried off the court and to the locker room by teammates Lance Stephenson and Michael Beasley.
An MRI revealed a Grade 3 sprain, the team tweeted Sunday.
James has missed the Lakers' last 13 games with a strained left groin.
Los Angeles hosts Golden State on Monday night (10:30 ET, TNT).