December 18, 2018, 11:11 amBrandon IngramF, Los Angeles Lakers
NBA executives around the league consider Brandon Ingram the "1-A in a package” for a big-time player like Anthony Davis, Bradley Beal or CJ McCollum after the season.
“The Lakers are in win-now mode," an NBA player-agent said. "Everything is on the table to appease LeBron. They're going to make moves to bring in vets who fit around him." With Brandon Ingram sidelined because of a left ankle injury, the Lakers have seen Kyle Kuzma emerge as their second-leading scorer to LeBron, putting Ingram’s future with the team in question. Ingram has yet to reach 25 points in a single game and is averaging a mere 15.2 points through 20 appearances. He hasn't looked comfortable sharing the court with LeBron and it will be interesting to see him move to a rebuilding team where he can be the center of the offense.
Source: Bleacher Report
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Jon LeuerPF, Milwaukee Bucks
Jon Leuer has announced his retirement from basketball.
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Kemba WalkerPG, Boston Celtics
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