Kings guard De'Aaron Fox (back) day-to-day after MRI reveals no damage

Fox hobbles to locker room after injury (0:30)

De'Aron Fox appears to hold his side after contesting a shot and heads for the locker room. (0:30)

The Sacramento Kings said Friday that an MRI on point guard De'Aaron Fox's back revealed no structural damage.

Fox left the Kings' 105-104 overtime loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves in the opening quarter Thursday with what the team called back spasms. He is being listed as day-to-day.

Forward Marvin Bagley III also left Thursday's contest with a left foot injury. He will be evaluated by a foot specialist Saturday, the team said.

Fox, in his third season out of Kentucky, is averaging a career-high 17.6 points per contest this season, while shooting a career-best 46.5%. The Kings entered Friday with a 12-19 record and 1½ games out of eighth place in the Western Conference.