Brandon Ingram PG Eligibility
Per Rotoworld's last 2 updates on Brandon Ingram playing PG:
11/17: "It's not a coincidence it came in a game without Rajon Rondo (hand) out of the lineup with Ingram getting minutes as the backup PG to go with his starting wing role."
11/15: "Luke Walton said Brandon Ingram will "absolutely" play some point guard minutes with Rajon Rondo (hand) out 3-5 weeks."
Why is this thread still on here?!? This outdated from a year ago
What are you waiting for Y!....you can’t give a guy who exclusively play power forward now PF status? Do better
Bridgette Edwards commented
When Zion went down Ingram is now the PF.
john peter commented
New Player Note Mon, Jan 21
Brandon Ingram will be the Lakers' starting point guard for Monday's game against the Warriors with both Rajon Rondo (hand) and Lonzo Ball (ankle) unavailable
Rotoworld: Mon, Jan 21
Brandon Ingram will be the Lakers' starting point guard for Monday's game against the Warriors with both Rajon Rondo (hand) and Lonzo Ball (ankle) unavailable.
Rotoworld on Ingram on 1/2019:
Brandon Ingram played point guard down the stretch against the Rockets on Saturday, scoring 21 points with five rebounds, four assists, six turnovers and one 3-pointer in 36 minutes.
Advice: The Lakers look to have lost Lonzo Ball (ankle) for multiple games after he needed to be carried off the court in the third quarter today. Coach Luke Walton has used Ingram as the starting point guard before, and that looks to be his only option until either Rajon Rondo or Lonzo can return. The offensive counting stats haven't been the problem for Ingram and he should add more of those, but fantasy owners need to see more defensive stats along with offensive efficiency.
Dan Griffiths commented
Ingram should get PG, and Lonzo Ball should get SG.
Also per Rotoworld on 11/17 on Lance Stephenson's page:
"The Lakers slid Brandon Ingram over to the point guard in the new Rajon Rondo-less rotation"