LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – The Los Angeles Lakers have caught the injury bug early into the preseason.

The team announced that point guard Jeremy Lin sustained a mild sprain on his right ankle during Saturday practice.

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“I think Robert Sacre kind of stepped on him when they were playing 5-on-5,” said Scott. “Stepped on the ankle and just kind of turned him a little bit that way. So we’ll see how (Lin) feels tomorrow.”

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Lin will be looked at again on Sunday to see if he’ll be able to play Sunday night against the Golden State Warriors.

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Lin will join Ryan Kelly (hamstring), Nick Young (thumb), Xavier Henry (back) and Jordan Clarkson (calf) on the injury report.