Marvin Bagley III's first appearance at the NBA Summer League is over after just one game.
An MRI on Monday revealed the 19-year-old, who Sacramento selected No. 2 overall in this June's NBA Draft, has a pelvic bone bruise, the Kings announced. He will be able to resume full basketball activity in a couple weeks, but will miss the remainder of the Summer League.
Bagley played 32 minutes in his Las Vegas debut on Saturday, finishing with 15 points, seven rebounds, two assists, a block, and a steal. He left the game early, and was stretching with Pete Youngman, Sacramento's head trainer.
The rookie played in all three tune-up games ahead of Summer League as part of the inagural California Classic. As a freshman at Duke last season, Bagley missed four games with a knee injury.