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Laker Late Bloomer Andre Ingram Feels the Love

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The Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Houston Rockets on Tuesday night by a score of 105-99. Hardly anyone was paying attention to the final tally since the Lakers have long been eliminated from playoff contention and other teams around the league were competing for postseason seeding. But the otherwise inconsequential game still made waves around the NBA because of one player who was finally getting his chance as a pro. Andre Ingram, a 32-year-old guard from American University, has been a stalwart of the NBA’s developmental league (previously called the D League, now referred to as the G League) for 10 years and is its all-time leader in three-point field goals. He had never played in the NBA until this week, when the Lakers, down multiple players, signed him for the last two games of the season. And against the Rockets, Ingram had a stellar debut, scoring 19 points while making six of eight shots (including four three-pointers). Afterwards, he said the opportunity -- and his ensuing performance -- was “once in a lifetime." Ingram was less effective on Wednesday night against the Clippers, scoring five points, but his Lakers picked up a 115-100 victory. And over the last three days, "Andre Ingram" has an 86 percent positive score on Social. –Alex Shultz, Image: Twitter / @Lakers



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