Lonzo Ball is feeling good about his recovery.

The Lakers guard recently had a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) shot to treat his left knee injury and was able to get back on the court last week.

"I just got back [on the court]," Ball told ESPN Tuesday at the Big Baller Brand Junior Basketball Association media day. "But I have been lifting weights. Nothing stopped me from doing that. I just got back on the court though, but everything is feeling good.

"Just basically took time off [to let the knee heal]. They [treated] it and it feels good now."

Ball, who missed the team's last eight games of the regular season with a left knee contusion, was sidelined for a month after receiving the PRP shot but was able to avoid surgery. He's optimistic the work he'll get in to progress during the offseason and said he's now "100 percent and fully healthy."

Ball, 20, averaged 10.2 points, 7.2 assists, 6.9 rebounds and 1.7 steals in 52 games during his rookie campaign.