Ball did not make the trip to San Antonio as he continues to work on his conditioning. Instead, last year's NBA Rookie of the Year was assigned to practice with the G League's Greensboro Swarm after missing five games -- a strategy the team has used to help all of their players returning from league's protocols.
It's unclear if Ball will rejoin the Hornets for their game Friday night at Portland.
All five Charlotte players that were initially placed in the NBA's health and safety protocols earlier this month have now been cleared to return to action.
Forward Jalen McDaniels and center Mason Plumlee are available to play against the Spurs, although Plumlee is listed as probable with a rib injury. Guard Ish Smith has also been cleared to rejoin, but like Ball spent Wednesday working on his conditioning with Swarm.
Players in the health and safety protocols must be sidelined at least 10 days or record two negative COVID-19 tests in a 24-hour period before they can resume basketball activities.
The Hornets are 15-14 on the season and in eighth place in the Eastern Conference entering Wednesday night's slate of games. Charlotte is 2-3 since the outbreak.