Brandon Ingram looked pretty good in Summer League. He showed off a smooth skill set — good handles, quality shooting stroke — but clearly needed to get stronger, plus was just trying to figure out how to blend his game into the NBA style.
With D'Angelo Russell sitting out the final Lakers game of Summer League, Ingram seemed to find that groove a little better Friday night.
He dropped 22 and showed an ability to put the ball on the floor and drive, knock down threes, and use his handles to create enough space to get off his shot. It was a positive note the No. 2 pick can build on heading into the rest of summer and training camp in the fall.