Former Highland Springs star Andre Ingram gets second stint with the Lakers

Former Highland Springs star Andre Ingram gets second stint with the Lakers

Former Highland Springs star Andre Ingram gets second stint with the Lakers

Ball has missed the last 18 games for the Lakers and hasn't appeared in a contest since January 19 when he scored eight points against the Houston Rockets.

The Pacers rebounded from a pair of nationally televised double-digit defeats at Milwaukee and Philadelphia by beating the Knicks for the 13th time in their last 14 meetings in Indianapolis and completing their third season sweep of NY in the past five seasons.

If they can't build a title contender around him, could the Lakers try to build a title contender without him?

Along came LeBron James.

The Lakers are reportedly signing 33-year-old guard Andre Ingram to a 10-day contract, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania. The Lakers, 30-36 on the year, are in the midst of a five-game losing streak and have basically conceded the possibility of a playoff spot.

It was James' highest-scoring game since December 18. "And so many teams in the West are playing well".

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However, that was Van Gundy's point: The Lakers' widespread problems merit the consideration of a potentially radical solution.

Here's the full video of LeBron James on how youth impacts the Lakers. "What you guys see right now is the most he's been doing on the court".

Before long, ESPN announcer Mike Breen jumped in and supported Jackson's position, saying of a potential trade of James, "Bottom line, there's no way that's happening".

But injuries have played a major role in preventing the Lakers from developing any consistency during James' first season alongside their young core. I think the [Los Angeles] Lakers need to stop worrying less about their brand and more about their product. He was drafted second overall by the Lakers in the 2016 NBA Draft.

This news hasn't actually caught Laker Nation by surprise. Los Angeles went ahead for the first time since making the first basket of the game when Kuzma put in a layup for a 66-64 lead with 8:48 left in the third quarter.

Jeff Van Gundy delivered quite the spicy take during Saturday's telecast.

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