Lonzo Ball, the Chicago Bulls' guard, is unlikely to return for the remainder of the 2021-22 season, according to Adrian Wojnarowski

The former No 2 draft pick suffered another setback while attempting to recover from a left knee injury

According to Wojnarowski's report Tuesday, a meeting with Bulls and Klutch Sports of Ball officials may result in Ball being suspended for the rest of the season

Ball hasn't played for the Bulls since January 14 due to a partial meniscus tear His injury required surgery later that month

The Bulls were a popular NBA team before losing Ball to the Golden State Warriors They won nine games in a row in late December/early January

The Bulls will keep trying to make the playoffs with Zach LaVine, DeMar DeRozan, and Nikola Vucevic

"Welp this feels like such a wasted season," one fan wrote on the official season website

"That Bullsh** Smh Bulls have had an amazing season… hopefully it continues in the playoffs," said another