Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball’s injured left shoulder will be reevaluated on Tuesday while the Lakers take a day off of practice. Ball did not travel with the Lakers for their two-game road trip, a rigorous back-to-back. The Lakers lost to the Houston Rockets in double overtime on Sunday, then flew to Minneapolis and landed about 3 a.m. They played the Timberwolves on Monday night and flew back to Los Angeles that evening. Ball was replaced in both games by Tyler Ennis, a backup point guard who scored a career high 20 points against the Rockets. “Whether he’s making shots or not, the way he plays the game of basketball makes us a better team,” Lakers coach Luke Walton said of Ball after Monday’s game. “Tyler and Josh [Hart] did a great job last night but, yeah, we missed him last night too. “Zo’s someone that we believe makes big plays, makes winning plays, whether it’s a steal or throw ahead to end the run — whatever it is — he’s constantly making those throughout a game.” Although possible, it’s unlikely that Ball will be cleared to play Wednesday against the Oklahoma City Thunder. While his team was away, Ball underwent treatment.