Jeremy Lin cut short his practice Monday with the Houston Rockets after spraining his ankle, reported Ultimate Rockets.
The young point guard stepped on a foot of a teammate and had to watch the remainder of practice with an ice pack around his ankle.
The team says Lin will be a game time decision as to whether he plays Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Clippers.
Lin is currently third in the NBA in steals at 2.1 a game. He’s also averaging 12 points and six assists a game.
He also twisted his ankle in December, but played the next night.