It's a dream come true kind of day for Andre Ingram.
It's not very often you see a player making their debut in the National Basketball Association at the age of 32, but that's exactly what Andre Ingram did on Tuesday night for the Los Angeles Lakers in their game against the Houston Rockets.
Lakers icon Bryant tweeted footage of Ingram's highlights and added the caption: "LOVE IT".
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Ingram, 32, demonstrated at Staples Center the quick release and dead-eye accuracy through which he became the G League's all-time leader in 3-point shots and 3-point shooting percentage.
With Los Angeles without the services of Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, and Kyle Kuzma against Houston, the opportunity presented itself for Andre Ingram to get some playing time with the Lakers. Ingram finished 6 for 8 from the field and 4 for 5 on 3-pointers along with three rebounds, three blocked shots and a steal. He provided a spark as the Lakers attempted a comeback in the fourth quarter, which ultimately fell short. MVP chants [while at the free throw line], that's just insane. Ingram's wife and two daughters were there to watch his debut, which he killed it in.
"From the team warm-ups, the atmosphere was electric", he said. And he sent the Staples Center crowd into a frenzy with each shot made, even being serenaded with "MVP" chants with the actual MVP front-runner, Rockets guard James Harden, on the same floor. For his two-game contract with the Lakers, he'll make just over $13,000, 50% of a full season G League salary.
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Ingram will earn $13,824 for games against the Houston Rockets and L.A. Clippers to finish out the season, according to ESPN's Larry Coon - and one can argue he's already played his money's worth after a 19-point performance in his rookie debut.
"I think it's less (serious) than last time, but I don't know", D'Antoni said.
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