Lakers' Ball exits summer league game


LAS VEGAS -- Lonzo Ball left Sunday's win over the Dallas Mavericks with tightness in his right calf, but the Los Angeles Lakers rookie hopes to play in the Las Vegas summer league championship game.
The Lakers' No. 2 overall pick said he will receive treatment leading up to Monday night's championship game against the Portland Trail Blazers.
"This is the first time my calf got tight," Ball said, adding that he still felt stiffness. "Just being cautious. I wanted to get back out there, but the training staff is going to take care of me and I will be with them tonight and tomorrow and hope I can get back out there tomorrow."