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2023 Stats

STATS MPG
Minutes Per Game
PPG
Points Per Game
FG%
Field Goal Percentage
RPG
Rebounds Per Game
APG
Assists Per Game
Regular Season 32.9 20.8 49.2 5.1 5.7

Top Brandon Ingram News

  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Scores 24 in Play-In victory

    Ingram amassed 24 points (10-20 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 3-3 FT), six rebounds, six assists and one block over 37 minutes during Friday's 105-98 Play-In win over the Kings.

    Ingram was playing in only his third game since missing the final stretch of the regular season, and while he wasn't at his best, he stepped up when called upon duty in a game where New Orleans didn't have Zion Williamson (hamstring).

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  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Limited in loss Tuesday

    Ingram chipped in 11 points (4-12 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds and four assists over 25 minutes during Tuesday's 110-106 Play-In Game loss to the Lakers.

    Ingram was noticeably absent during the fourth quarter, an indication that he is still bothered by a knee injury that cost him the final three weeks of the regular season. New Orleans will now have to win Friday's game against the winner of the Sacramento and Golden State matchup, should they hope to advance to the postseason. While it is likely Ingram will get the starting nod, there is a chance he remains limited based on what we saw Tuesday.

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  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Scores 13 points in return

    Ingram (knee) closed with 13 points (6-9 FG, 1-3 3Pt) and five rebounds over 23 minutes during Sunday's 124-108 loss to the Lakers.

    Playing for the first time since March 21 in his return from a left knee bone contusion, Ingram took back his spot in the starting five from Trey Murphy but unsurprisingly had his minutes managed. Though he shot efficiently from the field in his return, Ingram was a team-worst minus-28 during his time on the court and handled a meager 20.3 percent usage rate, narrowly eking out Herbert Jones (20 percent) for the lowest among the Pelicans' five starters. The Pelicans were likely just happy to have one of their top players back in the fold before the end of the regular season, and assuming Ingram avoided any setbacks in his return, he should be ready to take on a bigger workload in the rematch with the Lakers on Tuesday in the Western Conference Play-In Tournament.

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  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Available for regular-season finale

    Ingram (knee) is available to play in Sunday's regular-season finale versus the Lakers, Erin Summers of Bally Sports New Orleans reports.

    Ingram has been sidelined with a bruised left knee since March 22 and missed 12 games as a result. The star forward is expected to have a slight minute restriction, but not a heavy one, according to Christian Clark of The New Orleans Times-Picayune.

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  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Could play in season finale

    Ingram (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Lakers.

    Ingram has yet to return to the court since suffering a nagging knee injury in late March, but he was always considered an option to play in the final game of the regular season. His presence would provide a huge boost for the Pelicans on both ends of the court, but it's unclear how much of a workload he'd be able to handle -- if he's available at all.

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  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Another absence coming

    Ingram (knee) won't play in Friday's game versus the Warriors.

    Ingram will miss his 12th straight game Friday while dealing with a left knee contusion. His last chance to suit up before the end of the regular season is Sunday's matchup with the Lakers.

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  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Still sidelined

    Ingram (knee) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Kings.

    Although Ingram appears to be nearing a return and has been ramping up his practice participation, he won't be able to suit up for Thursday's contest. He'll have two more opportunities to take the hardwood before the playoffs: Friday at Golden State and Sunday against the Lakers.

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  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Out at least two more games

    The Pelicans announced Saturday that Ingram (knee) will miss at least two more games.

    Though he'll remain out for games Sunday in Phoenix and Tuesday in Portland, Ingram will take a step forward in his recovery from a contusion to his left knee, which he hyperextended March 21. He was cleared Saturday to begin individual on-court workouts and will gradually increase the intensity of those sessions as he progresses. If he's able to practice Monday or Wednesday, he may be an option to play in either game of the Pelicans' Thursday/Friday back-to-back set versus the Kings and Warriors, respectively.

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  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Could return late next week

    Ingram is scheduled to be re-evaluated later this week, and the Pelicans are hopeful that he'll be able to return to action at around the three-week mark of his recovery from the left knee injury he suffered March 21, Shams Charania reported Tuesday on FanDuel TV's "Run It Back" program.

    Charania's report comes after Pelicans head coach Willie Green noted Monday that Ingram was able to run on a treadmill and continues to increase his activities daily as he works his way back from a left knee bone contusion, according to Erin Summers of Bally Sports New Orleans. Ingram is expected to get his knee re-examined Thursday or Friday -- two weeks after he suffered the injury -- and if doctors are satisfied with how he's healed thus far, the 26-year-old could start to increase the intensity of his workouts. If the report of the three-week mark being the target for his return proves to be accurate, Ingram could be back in action as soon as April 11 in Sacramento, though the Pelicans would probably prefer to save him for the second leg of the back-to-back set (April 12 at Golden State). If Ingram plays one half of that back-to-back set, he would then be able to get one more game under his belt in the April 14 regular-season finale versus the Lakers before the Pelicans take part in the Western Conference Play-In Tournament or a first-round playoff matchup.

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  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Could be back before season's end

    Pelicans head coach Willie Green said that Ingram (knee) ran on the treadmill Monday and continues to ramp up daily, Erin Summers of Bally Sports New Orleans reports.

    Ingram hasn't played since March 21 due to a left knee bone contusion and will miss his sixth straight game Monday versus Phoenix. He was able to resume light on-court work Friday, and his ability to run on the treadmill marks another small step forward as he works toward a return. Green said that the Pelicans remain optimistic that Ingram will return before the end of the regular season, but a precise timeline likely won't come into focus until the veteran wing is able to take full-contact practice.

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  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Gets on-court work in Friday

    Coach Willie Green said Ingram (knee) was able to do some on-court work during Friday's practice, Erin Summers of Bally Sports New Orleans reports.

    Ingram is one week removed from being diagnosed with a bone contusion in his left knee. He was expected to miss at least two weeks but appears to be handling rehab well. Trey Murphy has moved into the starting lineup in Ingram's absence, but Naji Marshall also figures to get an uptick in playing time until the star forward can return. Despite the positive update, Ingram will remain out for Saturday's game against Boston.

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  • Pelicans' Brandon Ingram: Out at least two weeks

    Ingram suffered a bone contusion in his left knee Thursday against the Magic and is expected to miss at least two weeks, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.

    Ingram departed Thursday's game in the third quarter, and while he appears to have avoided a severe injury, he's still likely facing a multi-week absence. Trey Murphy and Naji Marshall are candidates to see increased run while Ingram is sidelined, and if the Pelicans can secure a playoff spot in early April, the team may give the 26-year-old additional time to rest ahead of the postseason.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-8, 190 lbs
Birthplace: Kinston, NC
Age: 26
School: Duke
Experience: 7