Ingram was the workhorse Tuesday, logging a team-high number of minutes. The 21-year-old has gotten hot from the field of late, with his 53.8 percent shooting tally against the Bulls his third straight of better than 50.0 percent. Coupled with his strong work on the boards and as a facilitator, Ingram is delivering for both the Lakers and fantasy owners during the extended absence of LeBron James (groin).
Ingram checked in behind only Kyle Kuzma in scoring on the night, putting together his third 20-point-plus effort of the last six games. The 21-year-old has shot 54.5 percent or better in three of the last four games, following a rough start to 2019 when he drained under 40.0 percent of his attempts in each of the first three contests of the new calendar year. Ingram has been solid on the boards as well while pulling down an average of 7.0 rebounds per game thus far in January, as he sees elevated usage overall in the continued absence of LeBron James (groin).
Ingram wasn't very involved on the offensive end, bu this contributions on the boards and as a facilitator led to a strong fantasy effort overall. The third-year wing now has a pair of nine-rebound efforts and another game with 11 boards over the first five contest of January, and he's weaved in two 20-point-plus scoring performances into that sample as well.
Ingram had 29 points (12-21 FG, 5-7 FT) and six assists in Monday's win over Dallas.
Ingram helped lead a strong Lakers second half with his highest single-game point total of the season. He played 37 minutes, and also chipped in a pair of steals, after playing just 25 minutes in Sunday's blowout loss to Minnesota.
Ingram produced 21 points (8-21 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 5-5 FT), nine rebounds, three assists and a steal across 37 minutes in Friday's 119-112 loss to the Knicks.
the short-handed Lakers were without Kyle Kuzma (back), so Ingram carried a heavier load for the team, although no one on the squad had a stellar game. Even Ingram's decent stat line was marred by a five-turnover effort. The Lakers have now dropped four of their last five, and they'll need consistent nights from Ingram to turn the tide while LeBron James (groin) is out.
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