At the end of the NBA season 2017/18, the Los Angeles Lakers wanted to improve the Lonzo ball in a larger area. While most of the attention was on Ball's 36 percent shooting from the pitch and 30.5 percent shooting from the 3-point line, of course, he missed 30 games for various injuries. As a result, Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson and general manager Rob Pelinka challenged the 20-year-old to add strength that matched his level of fitness.
In perhaps the most important off-season in franchise history, Ball reveals that he recently received a platelet-rich plasma injection into his left knee that kept him away from the court for a month. Since he has since returned to basketball activities, there is an interesting development.
It was reported Friday that Ball was saddled by a torn meniscus in his left knee, but was expected to recover in time for the start of the training camp [1
Ball was diagnosed with the injury at the end of the season and has gone through the possibilities of recovery to treat the minor injury and find the best route For its long-term future, League sources said.
With the Lakers approaching in trade talks for Kawhi Leonard and free agency, the timing of the injury is certainly interesting. At this time, however, Ball was not reported as a player interested in the San Antonio Spurs. Regardless of what happens, Ball should be ready for the start of the 2018-19 season, and the Lakers are impressed by his offsason workouts, in which he considers the film the biggest point guard of all time.
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