The Houston Rockets got a bit of a scare on Thursday after it was revealed that rookie sensation Jalen Green has been ruled out for the remainder of their Summer League matchup against the Toronto Raptors.

According to Kelly Iko of The Athletic, the 19-year-old is dealing with a hamstring problem and won't be able to return:

It doesn't sound like the injury is serious, and it appears that the Rockets are just erring on the side of caution here. Either way, more details should be provided on Green's status moving forward.

Green was actually having an excellent game before he was forced to exit. In just 12 minutes of action, Houston's second overall pick was able to pour on 13 points on 4-of-8 shooting, along with three triples, three rebounds, and an assist.

This was looking like another Jalen Green special following his excellent performance on Wednesday against first overall pick Cade Cunningham and the Detroit Pistons. Green was playing with a huge chip on his shoulder as he outdueled Cunningham for 25 points on 6-of-11 from the floor. Green led the Rockets to their second win in the Summer League, and he looked to be on his way to another noteworthy effort prior to Thursday's injury.

Houston has one final game in the Summer League, which is a bout against the Orlando Magic on Sunday. It remains to be seen if Green will be able to suit up for that one or if the Rockets decide to give him the night off amid this injury scare.