Ingram will be re-evaluated in a week after his MRI confirmed a sprained left ankle, Mike Bresnahan of Spectrum SportsNet reports.
Ingram will sit out Saturday against the Grizzlies, Monday against the Heat and Thursday against the Rockets while resting and recovering. During Friday's game against the Spurs, Kyle Kuzma, LeBron James, Lonzo Ball and Josh Hart each saw at least 36 minutes in Ingram's stead.
Ingram (ankle) is out for the Lakers two-game road trip that starts Friday in San Antonio and ends Saturday in Memphis, Mike Trudell of the Lakers' official site reports. He is scheduled for a precautionary MRI on Thursday evening.
Ingram exited Wednesday's tilt against the Spurs after landing awkwardly and spraining his left ankle. Initial X-rays came back negative, but he'll undergo an MRI just to cover all the bases. While he's sidelined for at least the next two games, various wing players like Josh Hart, Kyle Kuzma, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Lance Stephenson could see expanded roles.
Ingram (ankle) will not return to Wednesday's game against the Spurs, Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com reports.
Ingram was forced to exit after landing awkwardly and spraining his left ankle. He underwent X-rays, which came back negative, so the injury shouldn't be anything serious. More information on his status should come out after Wednesday's game, and he should be considered questionable for Friday's game against the Spurs. Josh Hart started the second half in his place, and would likely continue to start in his place if Ingram is to miss any more time.
Ingram is questionable to return to Wednesday's game against the Spurs after suffering a sprained left ankle, Bill Oram of The Athletic reports.
Ingram suffered the injury early in the first quarter of Wednesday's game after landing awkwardly. He underwent X-rays, and they came back negative, meaning there is no significant injury. Josh Hart entered the game in his place, and would likely see an increased role if Ingram is forced to miss any more time. More information should come out as Wednesday's game continues.
Ingram logged 19 points (7-18 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 5-8 FT), four rebounds, four assists and a steal across 40 minutes in Friday's 114-103 win over the Mavericks.
Ingram logged more minutes than any other player in Friday's game, and his output matched that usage. The move to shooting guard has helped Ingram develop as the Lakers' second-best scoring option behind LeBron.
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