Luke Walton has ‘no target’ for Lonzo Ball’s return after star rookie misses Christmas showcase

LOS ANGELES – When Lonzo Ball first felt his shoulder pop, he didn’t have any sense he would miss at least a week of action. He thought ice would take care of the pain. After running into the locker room late in the first half of Saturday’s loss to Portland, Ball emerged to play 20 productive minutes in the second half.

It was the next morning that Ball went from merely being hurt to being injured.

“When I woke up it was pretty sore,” the Lakers’ rookie point guard said. “That’s when we got the MRI and then the results came back. So trying to stay positive and get back as fast as I can.”

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