Brandon Ingram isn’t afraid to own up to his actions, and he showed that Monday afternoon.
The Los Angeles Lakers forward, along with his teammate Rajon Rondo, were ejected during Saturday night’s contest against the Houston Rockets for their part in a skirmish that took place during the fourth quarter.
Along with Ingram and Rondo, Rockets point guard Chris Paul also was ejected. The three all threw punches, and each player was suspended (Ingram four games, Rondo three and Paul two).
Ingram, however, took full accountability when speaking about his role in the fracas to The Athletic’s Bill Oram. Rondo, on the other hand, didn’t say much.
The two teams don’t meet again until Dec. 13, so there’s no telling whether the bad blood will spill over in their next matchup.
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