Anthony Davis is day-to-day after being poked in the right eye with 2 minutes and 10 seconds left in the first quarter of the Lakers' scrimmage against the Orlando Magic on Saturday.
Davis sustained the injury as he went up for a rebound against the Magic's Khem Birch. Davis fell to the ground, covering his eye with his hands. He did not return.
"[He] will be day-to-day," Lakers coach Frank Vogel said after the game. "He’ll be reevaluated [Sunday]. See how he responds overnight."
Davis had nine points on two-for-three shooting and 10 rebounds in nine minutes in the Lakers' 119-112 win.
The Lakers, who are atop the Western Conference with a record of 49-14, have one scrimmage remaining against the Washington Wizards on Monday.
They open the resumed season at Walt Disney World against the Clippers on Thursday.