Calderon Suffers Hamstring Strain Against Memphis

The Lakers have lost both of their top point guards to injury, as Jose Calderon left Saturday's game against Memphis after suffering a right hamstring strain in the first quarter.

The 35-year-old went scoreless in eight minutes, but surprisingly grabbed five rebounds in such a short amount of time.

Calderon had started the Lakers' last eight games in place of D'Angelo Russell (sore left knee), averaging 7.0 points and 4.1 assists.

Calderon's status for Monday's game against Utah is unclear, and Marcelo Huertas is the only healthy point guard on the Lakers' roster, though guards Jordan Clarkson and Lou Williams have experience setting up the offense, as do forwards Julius Randle and Brandon Ingram.

In addition to Calderon and Russell's injuries, Nick Young (strained calf, left leg) and Larry Nance Jr. (right knee contusion) missed Saturday's game.