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Lakers' Brandon Ingram says he expected longer suspension

2 monthes ago   |   By Yahoo Sports

The general consensus to the NBA's suspensions - Brandon Ingram four games, Rajon Rondo three games, Chris Paul two games - for the Lakers-Rockets fight: Too lenient for the Lakers.
Even Ingram said he expected a harsher penalty.
Dave McMenamin of ESPN
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Ingram on suspension: 'Well, it was better than we expected'

2 monthes ago   |   By Yardbarke

Lakers forward Brandon Ingram felt he got off easy after receiving a four-game suspension for instigating a fight between his team and the Rockets on Saturday night, he told ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk and Dave McMenamin and other media members. Ingram received the longest suspension doled out by the league, but he thought it could be worse. Teammate Rajon Rondo and Houston's Chris Paul also received suspensions. “Well, it was better than we expected,” Ingram said. “I'm happy it's only four, but I know I got to control my emotions a little better.” We have more from the Pacific Division: Veteran...
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Brandon Ingram 'happy' that 4-game suspension wasn't longer

2 monthes ago   |   By Yahoo Sports

Los Angeles Lakers forward Brandon Ingram gave his first public comments Monday since being suspended for his role in Saturday's on-court fight between players from the Los Angeles Lakers and Houston Rockets. Ingram, who instigated the altercation by shoving an unsuspecting James Harden in the back before jumping into the separate Chris Paul-Rajon Rondo fray swinging from behind, told reporters he was happy that he didn't get a longer suspension. “It was better than we expected,” Ingram said.
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Brandon Ingram shoulders blame for Lakers-Rockets melee

Brandon Ingram shoulders blame for Lakers-Rockets melee

2 monthes ago   |   By USA Today

Lakers forward Brandon Ingram was surprised his suspension for his involvement in the fight was just four games. He has apologized to teammates.
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NBA suspends Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo and Brandon Ingram for brawl

2 monthes ago   |   By Yahoo Sports

Brandon Ingram received four-game suspension for his actions during a brawl between the Los Angeles Lakers and Houston Rockets on Saturday, as first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. The league handed out suspensions to both Chris Paul and Rajon Rondo as well.
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Lakers' Brandon Ingram says he expected longer suspension

2 monthes ago   |   By ProBasketballTalk

Was NBA penalty too lenient?
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Brandon Ingram Speaks on Lakers-Rockets Brawl 🎥

Brandon Ingram Speaks on Lakers-Rockets Brawl 🎥

2 monthes ago   |   By SLAMonline

At shootaround on Monday, Brandon Ingram spoke to the media about his role in the Lakers-Rockets brawl this past weekend. Ingram was suspended 4 games for instigating the altercation by pushing James Harden , arguing with referee Jason Phillips and throwing an aggressive punch.
Here's what the young forward had to say about the incident:
🎥 Brandon Ingram details the events that led to his suspension. pic.twitter.com/F1M9JdwkVL
- Los Angeles Lakers October 22, 2018
“I'm going to take full responsibility for every action that I did. 100 percent, I was wrong for my teammates, but I also...
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