Kings’ Marvin Bagley III Injures His Foot During Practice

Marvin Bagley with Duke in 2018. Photo by Michael Spomer/CSM/Shutterstock

Problems keep piling up for the Sacramento Kings ahead of the NBA restart in Orlando. The team confirmed on Monday that their forward Marvin Bagley III injured his foot during practice.

Kings’ head coach Luke Walton told reporters that injury occurred on Sunday. Bagley was trying to get a rebound and landed on another players’ foot in the process.

According to the team statement, Bagley is scheduled to undergo an MRI test that should determine the extent of his injury and whether he’ll miss time.

Bagley, who was Kings’ No.2 overall pick in 2019, struggled with injuries for the better part of this season. This limited him to just 13 games, in which he averaged 14.2 points and 7.5 rebounds.

Besides Marvin Bagley, Kings also have D’Aaron Fox on the list of injured players. Fox has a sprained ankle and will most likely be out for one week before returning to action.

Sacramento is currently without Harrison Barnes, who tested positive for coronavirus and is in quarantine. Previously,  Buddy Hield, Jabari Parker, and Alex Len all had positive tests as well but have recovered in the meantime.