Lakers' Kuzma turns ankle; X-rays negative

LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma turned his right ankle in the fourth quarter of Monday night's 113-105 loss to the LA Clippers.

X-rays were negative, the team said.

Kuzma subbed out with 6:04 remaining in the fourth after planting awkwardly on his right ankle and falling to the floor in pain. During an ensuing Lakers timeout, Kuzma limped to the locker room alongside athletic trainer Marco Núñez.

The Lakers came into Monday already missing Brandon Ingram (shoulder), Lance Stephenson (toe), Tyson Chandler (neck) and Lonzo Ball (ankle).