Marc Gasol left in the third quarter of Saturday night's double-overtime preseason game against Houston with a sore right ankle.
Gasol underwent surgery last February to repair a non-displaced Type II fracture of the navicular bone in his right foot.
"I didn't have to leave the game. I got subbed out," said Gasol. "Then just used (the time on the bench) to get some ice and remove my ankle tape. That was all."
Gasol went to the locker room after exiting the game and returned in the fourth quarter.
"He's OK, he just got sore," David Fizdale said. "They will treat him (Sunday) and re-evaluate it, but I don't think it's anything to be worried about. At some point, we knew he was going to get sore, so we're expecting it to be fine."