Brandon Ingram Stats
- Height / Weight
- 79 / 190 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 9/2/1997 (23)
Brandon Ingram Last 10 Games
Brandon Ingram News
New Orleans Pelicans forward Brandon Ingram put together a strong effort on both ends of the floor in Monday's 117-110 win over the Kings. Ingram scored a team-high 34 points with seven assists, six rebounds, three triples, two blocks, and a steal. He was quite efficient, shooting 11-for-18 from the field, 3-for-8 from deep, and 9 of 10 from the free-throw line. Ingram has scored 25-plus points in three of his last four games- and has at least one steal in all four contests- with an upcoming matchup on Wednesday against the Knicks.
New Orleans Pelicans forward Brandon Ingram finished with 27 points, four rebounds, eight assists, and one block in 36 minutes during Sunday's win over the Cavaliers. Ingram now has at least 25 points in two of the past three games and is averaging a stellar 23.7 points per game, which is second on the team behind Zion Williamson. With a large role on this offense, Ingram remains a solid fantasy option for managers going forward. He has a great matchup on Monday against one of the weakest defenses in the league in Sacramento.
New Orleans Pelicans small/power forward Brandon Ingram (toe) and point/shooting guard Kira Lewis Jr. (calf) have both been given the thumbs up to get back into action Friday against Philadelphia. Ingram has missed the past five outings due to toe irritation, while Lewis has been out for three contests. Averaging the same scoring total as last season (23.8 PPG), Ingram has proven to be integral not only for New Orleans, but as a staple for season-long fantasy managers as well. Lewis has become a vital member of the Pelicans' bench unit over the last month, and he stands to be a strong DFS play Friday with Lonzo Ball (hip) and Nickeil Alexander-Walker (ankle) unavailable.
New Orleans Pelicans forward Brandon Ingram (foot) and guard Kira Lewis Jr. (calf) are both questionable to play Friday against the Philadelphia 76ers. Both Ingram and Lewis have been out for the past week, give or take, and have been closer to game-time decisions for most of that time. Ingram seems closer to returning of the two and head coach Stan Van Gundy is hopeful he will return sometime this weekend. If Ingram is out again, James Johnson should get another spot start. If Lewis remains out, Isaiah Thomas and Eric Bledsoe should be in line for a ton of minutes, especially with Lonzo Ball (hip) still banged up.