Brandon Ingram




Summer League
Summer League


6 ft9 in

/ 2.06m


190 lbs

/ 86.2kg


0021800627_What Happened Last Time - Jazz vs. Lakers | Jan. 11, 2019

0021800541_What Happened Last Time - Lakers vs. Kings | Dec. 30, 2018

0021800934_What Happened Last Time - Lakers vs. Bucks | Mar. 1, 2019

20190309 gametime ingram lonzo out remainder of season

Matt Winer, Lisa Leslie and Brendan Haywood react to news of Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball missing the remainder of the season due to injury.

20190309 GameTime bill oram interview

Bill Oram of The Athletic checks in with GameTime to discuss the latest news on Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram being shut down for the season, as well as what the Lakers might do with LeBron.

20190303 Top 10 Dunks of the Week

Check out the best rim-rattling and posterizing jams with the AT&T Top 10 Dunks of the Week!

0021800942 LAL PHX RECAP

Devin Booker and DeAndre Ayton combine for 51 points and 14 rebounds as they defeat the Lakers and send LA to 4.5 games behind the eighth seed.

All Dunks of the Day, 03/02/2019

0021800942_Brandon Ingram (25 points) Highlights vs. Phoenix Suns

0021800942_LeBron James, Brandon Ingram Top Plays vs. Phoenix Suns

0021800942 - Brandon Ingram - Los Angeles Lakers - Phoenix Suns - 2-pointer - 3Q

All Dunks of the Day, 03/01/2019

20190301 top 10

Count down Friday's best plays in The Top 10.

0021800934 MIL LAL RECAP

Eric Bledsoe finishes with 31 points and Malcolm Brogdon adds 21 as the Bucks win their 10th straight road game with a victory over the Lakers. Milwaukee also becomes the first team to clinch a playoff birth.

0021800934_LeBron James, Brandon Ingram Top Plays vs. Milwaukee Bucks

0021800934_Brandon Ingram (31 points) Highlights vs. Milwaukee Bucks

0021800934 - Brandon Ingram - Los Angeles Lakers - Milwaukee Bucks - Dunk - 3Q

0021800934 - Brandon Ingram - Los Angeles Lakers - Milwaukee Bucks - Dunk - 1Q

0021800934 - Brandon Ingram - Los Angeles Lakers - Milwaukee Bucks - 2-pointer - 1Q

All Dunks of the Day, 02/27/2019


Professional History

Selected by the Lakers with the second overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft.

College History

Consensus ACC Freshman of the year in his lone collegiate season … AP All-American Honorable Mention … Consensus Second Team All-ACC selection … USBWA Freshman All-America and All-District III honors … NABC All-District 2 First Team recognition … ACC Rookie of the Week four times … Finalist for the Wayman Tisdale National Freshman of the Year Award … Wayman Tisdale National Freshman of the Week once (1/12/16) … One of five finalists for the Julius Erving small forward of the Year Award … Named to the 35-man midseason Naismith Trophy watchlist … Started 34 of his 36 games in 2015-16 … Finished ranked sixth in the ACC in scoring (17.3), seventh in three-point percentage (.410) and minutes played (34.6), ninth in three-pointers per game (2.2), 10th in blocks (1.4), and 13th in rebounds (6.8) … Led ACC freshman in scoring, rebounding, three-pointers per game, three-point percentage, minutes played, and double-doubles (eight) … Duke’s leading scorer in the NCAA Tournament, averaging 23.0 points to go along with 6.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists over three games, scoring at least 20 points in each contest … Played 119 of a possible 120 minutes in the NCAA Tournament … Led the Blue Devils in scoring nine times, in rebounding seven times, and in assists six times … Hit double-figures in 31 of 36 games, with 14 games of 20+ points … Blocked a career-high six shots 1/9/16 vs. Virginia Tech … Finished in the top-five in Duke’s freshman record books in a number of categories, including total points, points per game, double-figure scoring games, 20-point scoring games, field goals made, three-point field goals made, free throws made, total blocks, double-doubles, minutes played, and minutes per game.

High School History

Had a solo workout with the Lakers on June 18th, 2016 before being drafted by the team … Member of USA Basketball’s 2015 United States Junior National Select Team … Participated in the 2015 McDonald’s All-American Game and Nike Hoop Summit … Parade AllAmerican as a high school senior … Also named North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association All-District First Team … Played four years of high school basketball at Kinston, winning four straight 2A state championships, one of two players in history to win four consecutive North Carolina State Championships … MVP of the state championship game as a senior … Averaged 24.3 points, 10.4 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 3.0 blocks, and 1.6 steals per game as a prep senior … Son of Donald and Joann Ingram … Has an older brother, Donovan (who goes by ‘Bo’), and an older sister, Brittany … Donovan played basketball at South Plains College (2008-10) and UT Arlington (2010-12) … Born in Kinston, NC … ex-NBA player Jerry Stackhouse mentored him growing up ... Assisted Lakers staff in organizing food boxes at the L.A. Regional Food Bank in late August ... Joined his family in hosting a school supply giveaway in his home town of Kinston, NC ... Gave out more than 1,000 Adidas book bags full of supplies.

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