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Andre Ingram wins 2021-22 G League Sportsmanship Award

The NBA G League announced today that South Bay Lakers guard Andre Ingram has been selected as the winner of the 2021-22 NBA G League Sportsmanship Award, which honors the player who best represents the ideals of character and conduct as a teammate on the court and in the locker room.
CBS Sports

NBA G-Leaguer, Lakers fan favorite Andre Ingram wins over $31k on Wheel of Fortune

More than three years ago, NBA G-Leaguer Andre Ingram earned a permanent place in the hearts and minds of Los Angeles Lakers fans with his unlikely and inspirational emergence: A 32-year old rookie with a day job as a math tutor in addition to his gig with the Lakers' farm club, Ingram had a spectacular NBA debut with 19 points on eight shots after finally being called up to the big leagues.
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Yardbarker

Former Lakers Player Andre Ingram Wins $31K Playing Wheel Of Fortune

It was a rewarding Friday night for the former Los Angeles Lakers player Andre Ingram, who won $31,000 on the game show Wheel of Fortune. He featured on the "Secret Santa" episode, and his winnings were donated to a random fan of the show. Ingram has had a rather interesting...
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Culpeper Star Exponent

Richmond hoops star Andre Ingram wins $31,750 on Wheel of Fortune

Update: Former Richmond Scholar-Athlete of the Year Andre Ingram dominated the Wheel of Fortune board as well as he does the basketball court. Ingram won $31,750 on Friday night's program. He cruised through the main round, but was stumped by the final puzzle, missing out on an additional $39,000. That's...
richmondmagazine.com

Q&A: Andre Ingram

Richmond native Andre Ingram has made his name in professional basketball, playing in the G League (the NBA's minor league) for well over a decade and appearing in two NBA stints with the Los Angeles Lakers, where he played alongside legends LeBron James and Rajon Rondo. Now back with the South Bay Lakers in Los Angeles, the 36-year-old shooting guard is adding his name to another roster: those who have appeared on the iconic television game show “Wheel of Fortune,” for which he auditioned last year via online trials. He will appear on the Friday, Dec. 10, episode, part of the program's "Disney Secret Santa" week. We caught up with Ingram to discuss his experience on one of TV's longest-running game shows and how it compares to the thrill of the game.