Coach Luke Walton said he thinks Ingram (knee) will sit out for Thursday's game against the Timberwolves, Mark Medina of Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Ingram was given a questionable designation earlier Wednesday, but it appears he's trending more towards doubtful in reality. If he does sit out, it'd mark Ingram's third game on the sidelines, which would likely allow Corey Brewer to pick up another start, with David Nwaba and Larry Nance potentially getting some more time off the bench.
Ingram (knee) is questionable for Thursday's tilt against the Timberwolves, Mark Medina of the L.A. Daily News reports.
Ingram has missed the Lakers' past two outings due to right patellar tendinitis and his status for Thursday's contest is in question. If he's once more unable to go, it's likely that Corey Brewer will draw a third straight start at the small forward slot, with Larry Nance, David Nwaba and Tyler Ennis also helping cover Ingram's minutes.
Ingram (knee) has been ruled out of Tuesday's tilt with the Wizards.
After aggravating a knee injury in Friday's win over the Timberwolves, Ingram missed Sunday's loss to the Trail Blazers and was subsequently held out of Monday's practice. Corey Brewer will continue to pick up spot starts at small forward during the rookie's absence with Larry Nance and David Nwaba also expected to see an uptick in minutes. Ingram's next chance to take the court will come Thursday in Minnesota.
Ingram (knee) was held out of Monday's practice and is listed as doubtful for Tuesday's game against the Wizards, Mike Bresnahan of Spectrum SportsNet reports.
Ingram originally suffered the injury in Friday's game against the Timberwolves and was subsequently held out on Sunday vs. the Trail Blazers. He's still dealing with some discomfort and was held out of Monday's practice to receive treatment, so it appears unlikely that he'll be cleared in time for Tuesday's tilt with the Wizards. With Ingram expected to remain sidelined, Corey Brewer is the favorite to pick up another start, while David Nwaba is also in line to see added minutes.
Ingram (knee) will not play in Sunday's game against the Trail Blazers, Mike Trudell of ESPN Los Angeles reports.
Ingram is dealing with tendinitis in his right knee. Head coach Luke Walton explained the rookie was "just sore" and there was "no reason to push it", so it appears Ingram is merely being held out as a precaution and the former first-rounder could potentially be back in action as soon as Wednesday for a home game against the Wizards. It isn't clear who will take his place in the starting lineup Sunday, but both David Nwaba and Corey Brewer are good bets to see a boost in playing time.
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