Bronny James sits out Lakers' game Sunday because of a swollen knee

Los Angeles Lakers guard Bronny James (9) drives toward the basket during the second half.

Bronny James will sit out the Lakers' summer league game Sunday, the team confirmed. Mike Trudell of Spectrum Sportsnet was the first to report that James had swelling in his left knee and will be held out for precautionary reasons.

He’s expected to play in Wednesday’s final California Classic game vs. the Miami Heat.

James finished with four points, two assists and two rebounds in 22 minutes in the team's first game of the California Classic against the Sacramento Kings on Saturday.

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This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.