"There's no point," Latos said. Price said it hadn't yet been decided where Latos would make the rehab start. Latos said he did not try to talk Price out of the decision on extending his rehab period. Right-hander Mat Latos headed to Great American Ball Park to be with the Reds on Thursday after making his third rehab start for Triple-A Louisville on Wednesday night. Cincinnati Reds right-hander Mat Latos, who was making what was initially scheduled to be his final rehab start for Triple A Louisville, was also forced to exit his start on Wednesday after developing a cramp in his calf. "It's pretty bogus I've got to go on another rehab assignment, but it is what it is," he said. Not that it will make LeBron James or fans of the Miami Heat feel any better after they dropped Game 1 of the NBA Finals to the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night, but the NBA's flagship star wasn't the only professional athlete to have an outing cut short by a painful cramp this week.