Lakers Nation Podcast: Brandon Ingram Breaks Out And Why Cavs Game Was Good Loss
Brandon Ingram Shows Continued Growth In Lakers’ Win Over Thunder
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In this episode of the Lakers Nation Podcast, we take a look at Brandon Ingram’s impressive performance against the Cleveland Cavaliers in which he narrowly missed becoming the youngest player in NBA history to record a triple-double. While he didn’t score a ton of points like we typically expect out of a breakout game, Ingram’s all-around play and poise gave us a great look at the kind of player he can become.

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We also discuss why, despite losing by 11, one should characterize this game as a “good” loss. Some may say that such a thing doesn’t exist, but the growth we saw from such a young team says otherwise. Plus, we take a look at why the Cavs’ announcers were dead wrong in their criticism of the Lakers’ offense.

All that and much more in this episode of the LN Podcast:

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