The Lakers won't re-sign Ingram after his 10-day contract expired following Tuesday's 115-101 loss to the Bucks, Bill Oram of The Athletic reports.
Ingram appeared in four games for the Lakers during his 10-day contract, failing to score while logging 15 total minutes. He'll stick in the organization and head back to the G League's South Bay Lakers, while the parent club will bring Scott Machado in on a 10-day deal in Ingram's stead.
The 33-year-old Ingram will get another go-around with the Lakers after appearing in two games for the club last year in his first season in the NBA. He averaged an uninspiring 8.6 points and 2.6 rebounds over 24 minutes in 35 G-League games this season, but he did score 19 points in his NBA debut last year, so he could have a bit of intrigue in daily formats. Ingram does not figure to be a major contributor for the Lakers. but he will be joining a team short on guards thanks to injuries, so he should see action, possibly as soon as Tuesday against the Bulls.
Ingram (ankle) played 29 minutes in the win Saturday over the Hustle.
Ingram had played in just three contests prior to Saturday's game due to a litany of injuries, but those appear to be in the past as the guard received a full workload of minutes.
Ingram (ankle) did not play in Saturday's contest against the Skyforce.
Ingram has played in just three games this season as a left ankle sprain has severely limited the forward. There doesn't appear to be a firm timeline set for the 33-year-old.
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