Andre Ingram Bio: NBA & Net Worth

Andre Ingram is a veteran basketball player from America who is currently playing for the South Bay Lakers of the NBA G League.

Ingram is a graduate who majored in physics. Besides playing excellent games on a basketball court, he also tutored children in math.

The elite athlete has been playing since he was a child and is still shining brightly on the basketball floor at 36.

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Andre Ingram (Source-Instagram)

Moreover, in 2010 and 2016, he won the D-League 3-Point Contest, scoring the third-most points in league history.

Want to know more about proficient player’s personal and professional life?

Then keep reading! But before that, let’s take a look at the quick facts below.

 Quick Facts

Full NameAndre Ingram
Birth DateNovember 19, 1985
Birth PlaceRichmond Virginia
Nick NameNot Known
ReligionChristian
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityBlack
EducationHighland Springs, American University
HoroscopeScorpio
Father’s NameLucious Ingram
Mother’s Name Yvonne Ingram
SiblingsLucius Ingram
Age36
Height6 feet 3 inches (1.91 m)
Weight184 lb (83 kg)
NBA Draft2007/ Undrafted
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack
BuildAthlete
Marital StatusMarried
Girlfriend/WifeMarilee Ingram
PositionShooting guard
ProfessionBasketball player
Net WorthAround $100 million
Salary $133,307
Currently Plays forSouth Bay Lakers
LeagueNBA G League
Active Since2007-present
Social MediaInstagram
MerchMini Basketball Hoop Set
Last UpdateJuly, 2022

Andre Ingram | Early Life, Family, and Education

Andre Ingram was born in Richmond, Virginia, to parents Lucious Ingram and Yvonne Ingram on November 19, 1985.

Lucius Ingram is Ingram’s only sibling. He has always been a basketball fan, and he used to play with his younger brother.

Furthermore, Ingram does not talk about his upbringing, making it tough to obtain information about him and his family.

Andre with his wife and daughters. (Source- Facebook)

But, without a question, he was always a bright and intelligent youngster, which is why he chose to major in physics in college.

Andre Ingram | High School Career

Ingram was a Highland Springs High School student in Highland Springs, Virginia. Andre helped his team to the Group AAA championship during his senior year.

Similarly, he shot 49 percent from three-point range and scored 22.8 points and 9.5 rebounds a game that season.

Furthermore, Andre was then selected as his division’s Associated Press Group AAA Player of the Year. 

In addition, Ingram was a two-time Capital District Player of the Year and a First-Team All-Metro selection as a senior, as well as a First-Team All-State and First-Team All-Central Region selection as a senior.

Andre Ingram | College Career

Starting with his collegiate freshman season, Ingram started all 31 games as a freshman at American University in 2003–04, leading the team ranked fifth-best in the league.

Similarly, he was named Patriot League Freshman of the Year after that, making him the first American to do so.

Andre hit eight three-pointers in a 27-point performance against Navy on January 14, 2004, tying for the second-best single-game three-point total in AU history.

Moreover, On February 28, he set a career-high with 30 points on 10-of-19 shooting against Lafayette.

Likewise, as a sophomore, Andre finished the season as pl’s second-leading scoring with 15.3 points. 

Ingram started the season with 38 points against VCU after being awarded the PL Preseason Player of the Year.

In 28 games, he had six 20-point outings and two 30-point games.

During February 2005, he was selected Patriot League Player of the Week twice, and he was chosen to the NBA Coaches’ All-District 4 Second Team at the end of the season.

Moreover, he played in 29 games and helped his team for the third consecutive season notching 12.0 points in each game as a junior.

At the finish of the season, he was awarded second-team all patriot League.

Additionally, as a senior, Andre was placed sixth in the Patrol League and got his second all-patriot league honor.

With 1,655 points, Ingram concluded his collegiate career as American’s fifth all-time leading scorer, having headed the team in scoring for all four years.

Andre Ingram | Professional Career

Utah Flash

Ingram was selected in the 2007 NBA Development League Draft by Utah Flash on the 1st of November and became the franchise’s all-time leading scorer.

During his four years with Flash, he was rated second in rebounds, fourth in assists, and third in steals.

Andre had his greatest season in 2009-10, winning Jason Coller Sportsmanship honors and participating in the 2010 NBA D-league All-Star festivities in Dallas.

Furthermore, Ingram also had an impact on the court, starting 49 of the team’s 50 games and averaging 12.9 points, 3.9 rebounds, 2.1 assists, and 1.5 steals in 34.0 minutes per game.

During his game against Bakersfield, Andre scored in double figures 36 times in a 104-99 win on December 2009.

Flash suspend Andre after 2010-11 seasons, leaving Ingram without a team for the 2011-12 season.

Los Angeles D- Fenders

For the 2011-12 season, Andre continued his further basketball career with Los Angeles D-Fender, whom he joined on March 22, 2012.

Moreover, Ingram was out for 2012-13 and made his comeback for the 2013-14 seasons.

During the 2013-14 season, Andre appeared in 45 games, averaging 9.1 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 1.7 assists while helping the squad win the west division.

Ingram again missed two months of the 2014-15 season with the team and joined later on January 12, 2015. 

However, he spent his second entire season with D- Fenders in 2015-16 and became the D-League all-time Leader in 3 pointers, he was released citing mental health reasons.

Perth Wildcats

Ingram joined with the Perth Wildcats for the remainder of the 2016–17 NBL season on October 18, 2016.

Andre only played two games for the Wildcats before seeking his release a week after arriving in Perth, citing mental health concerns as the basis for his abrupt decision.

Return to D- Fenders / South Bay Lakers

Ingram returned to the Los Angeles D-Fenders on March 6, 2017, to finish the 2016–17 season.

Moreover, he returned to the franchise for the 2017–18 season, which is now known as the South Bay Lakers.

Andre Scored 9.1 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.1 assists sort ye South Bay Lakers in 47 games.

Los Angeles Lakers

Ingram signed with the Los Angeles Lakers for the final two games of the 2017–18 NBA season on April 9, 2018.

The next day, he made his NBA debut, scoring 19 points with four 3-pointers in a 105–99 loss to the Houston Rockets, making him the NBA’s oldest American rookie since 1964.

andre in a basketball court
Andre’s debut with the Lakers

Moreover, Ingram’s 19 points were the most in a post-All-Star break debut in 50 years and the most by a Laker since Danny Finn’s 28 in 1953.

Similarly, he scored five points on 2-of-9 shooting, including 1 of 4 from 3-point range, in 35 minutes against the Los Angeles Clippers in the Lakers’ season finale on April 11.

South Bay for a Third time

For the 2018-19 seasons, Andre again did his third stint with South Bays Lakers.

Likewise, In January 2019, Ingram played in his 402nd NBA G League game, becoming the league’s all-time leader in games played.

Return to Los Angeles

Ingram returned to the Los Angeles Lakers on March 11th, 2019, on a 10-day contract, returning to the franchise for the second time.

Similarly, the Lakers’ roster needed to be strengthened with Lonzo Ball, and Brandon Ingram sidelined for the rest of the season due to injury.

Fourth Stint with South Bay Lakers

Andre returned for the fourth time to South Bay Lakers after his ten days contract with Los Angeles for the 2019-20 season.

Due to a season-ending injury, Andre was removed from the active roster on February 7, 2020. On January 22, he tore his right pectoralis tendon and never fully healed.

Moreover, Ingram was named the first president of the G League Players Union, also known as the Basketball Players Union, in October 2020. (BPU).

Ingram was named to the South Bay Lakers’ training camp roster on October 23, 2021, his sixth stay with the team. On December 19, 2021, he was re-elected as President of the NBA G-union League’s union.

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Awards and Recognition

  • 2× NBA D-League Three-Point Contest champion (2010, 2016)
  • NBA D-League Sportsmanship Award (2010)
  • 2× First-team All-Patriot League (2005, 2007)
  • Second-team All-Patriot League (2006)
  • Patriot League Rookie of the Year (2004)

Andre Ingram | Net worth 

The old stager Andre has contributed his youth to basketball and earned significant money throughout his basketball career.

His net worth is reported to be approximately $100 million, although no specific figure has been revealed.

Ingram is said to have made $13,824 in his three days with the Lakers after earning only $19,000 in his G League season. 

Andre Ingram | Personal Life

 The 6’3” player with over 15 years of professional basketball experience is married and the father of two lovely daughters.

Ingram appeared on Friday’s episode of Disney Secret Santa, where the bright, smart player won significant money of $31, 750 

Furthermore, during the Lakers’ call-ups, the player’s wonderful response with his family was captured, as his desire to play for a big team came true. Check that on YouTube.com.

His chat with his wife during his call up to the LA Lakers just illustrates that he loves his family and thanks to his wife for sacrificing as much as he does.

Andre Ingram with his family
Andre Ingram with his family 

When it comes to communicating with followers on social media, Andre is antisocial. In one of his interviews, he claims that he and his wife have the same Facebook profile.

Also, Andre has an Instagram account but does not offer posts frequently.

Because of his anti-social personality, it’s difficult for his fans to know about his personal life. 

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Some FAQs

Is Andre Ingram a free agent?

Yes, Andre Ingram is a free agent.

What injury did Andre Ingram suffer from?

Andre faced a right pectoralis tendon tear on January 22 and never fully recovered, dragging his 12th season in the G League to an end.

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