And as for players making their National Basketball Association debut after the All-Star break, Ingram's 19 points were the most in a debut in the past 50 seasons, second to Danny Finn's 28 points scored in 1953. "All the players, all the coaches". Ingram scored 19 points, assisted once, rebounded thrice, stole once, and blocked thrice in his 29-minute professional debut.
Ingram likely will feature for the Lakers on Tuesday night when they face the Los Angeles Clippers in their season finale. He is the G-League all-time leader in three-pointers with 713 and boasts a career of average of 46.4 percent for field goals and 46.1 percent for three pointers.
The Lakers need rotation players with Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram and Kyle Kuzma all battling injuries.
When asked by reporters what their conversation was about, he said: "I told him much respect". It was truly a once in a lifetime moment and one the salt and peppered Ingram earned, all the way down to the "MVP" chants from the Staples Center crowd.
"From the team warm-ups, the atmosphere was electric", he said. The Lakers signed Wear to a 10-day contract, which he parlayed into a second 10-day deal and then a remainder of season contract. Ingram had flown his wife and two daughters in from Virginia to watch the culmination of their work.
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And it wasn't only his teammates and family who were congratulating him.
"I think it's less (serious) than last time, but I don't know", D'Antoni said.