“What’s the difference between Ingram and Travis Outlaw” - this dumb ass sub just a month ago
"Bust." /sub/nba, October 2017
Becoming what every Laker fan has been dreaming of
D’Lo - traded to Nets -> Oh Lakers gunna regret that, he a future star
DAE Travis Outlaw??
"Bust." /sub/nba, Every damn time
D'Lo - 2nd pick -> BUST
Ingram - 2nd pick -> BUST
Ball - 2nd pick -> BBBUST
This isn't even his final form
Finally someone is taking over where Kobe left off with the reverse dunks, nobody else on this team does that.
shooting a career low 3p% with a lingering knee issues having him out indefinitely but somehow nobody talks about that
WhAtS tHe DiFfErEnCe BeTwEeN iNgRaM aNd TrAvIs OuTlAw?
There goes my hero
Was only a matter of time after seeing him progress after the ASB last year.
Ingram is a matchup problem and keeps getting better and better going to the rim and finishing. That and a solid mid-range game has him looking pretty good right now.
Extremely far from it
I always defended Ingram, dude is a baller.
WATCH HIM AS HE GOES!!
Kuzma did a nice reverse similar to this
if you succesfully defended ingram, you a big baller yourself
Out indefinitely after yet another knee injury, but no one seems to talk about that.
Was there a thread saying this lol
That was nasty, right?
And a huge ass dick. He will legitimately be the whole package
Another player that the subreddit geniuses deemed was a bust.
Grown man move
Had a Celtic fan tell me he wasn't athletic - he only appeared to because he took long strides.
Suck my 6"10 fruity laker dick
In 2 years he will be a beast if he fills in and gets his shot together. With those broad shoulders he can drive at will and with the extra weight he will have the power and with the shot, he will have the step or the shot.
He'll be like a slightly smaller Giannis who can also shoot
I too hate this sub
where are all these ingram is a bust assholes now wtf
That's a dunk we've seen some random people do...but to do it through some pretty hard head contact is seriously impressive