Lonzo Ball had a platelet-rich plasma shot to treat and strengthen his left knee and the Los Angeles Lakers point guard said he was able to resume basketball-related activities on the court last week.
Ball underwent the PRP shot and stayed off his left knee for about a month to let it heal after missing the final eight games of the regular season due to a left knee contusion.
Ball said the injury was minor and did not require surgery. He has been working out in the weight room since the season ended in April.
“I just got back [on the court],” Ball told ESPN at the Big Baller Brand Junior Basketball Association media day at Citizens Business Bank Arena, where he joined his father and brothers. “But I have been lifting weights. Nothing stopped me from doing that. I just got back on the court though, but everything is feeling good.”
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