Lonzo Ball has a meniscal tear in his left knee, but the Los Angeles Lakers Point Guard is expected to be ready for the start of the season.
Sources consider Balls injury to be low. Yahoo Sports reported the meniscal tear for the first time.
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ESPN reported on June 11 that Ball had a platelet-rich plasma shot earlier this off-season to treat and strengthen his left knee. Ball has tried several recreational opportunities such as the PRP shot and left the knees for about a month after the season to have him healed, having suffered a so-called left knee bruise in the last eight games of the regular season.
Ball told ESPN earlier in the month that the PRP shot was working, that his knee was "feeling good now" and that he had just returned to basketball related activities on the court after spending time in the gym to build muscle knees , Ball also spent time with Magic Johnson, the president of the basketball team, and GM Rob Pelinka.
"I've really seen Lonzo as a off-season young man," Pelinka said last week after the NBA draft. "He's going to come to the office and come in and sit down and have a straight talk about what he wants to do, the coaches he wants to work with, the things he wants to work on in his game." 19659002] "He really designed his own training plan this summer, it was not," Hey Lonzo, we have to make you X, Y, Z. "He came to us and said that I really would like that He came to Magic and said I'd like to watch movies with you just once a week just to learn Magic, Me and Lonzo did sessions for an hour a week, and with [Kyle Kuzma][Brandon Ingram][Josh Hart] let's see how these guys are starting to turn into size, regardless of what happened this summer is just a big deal for us. "