Beijing time April 4, when 24 seconds offensive time only 4 seconds, who is the most trustworthy? American media recently gave the answer: Brandon Ingram. He hit 53% in the last four seconds of a single offensive round this season.
According to statistics, Ingram's shooting percentage in the last four seconds of a single offensive round this season is as high as 53%, ranking first among all players. Rudy Gay (51%), Jalen Jackson Jr. (47%) and Darren Collison (46%) came next.
In the last four seconds of a single offensive round, Ingram and Guy were tied for the top two points, Collison was 54%, and Jackson was 48%.
Jackson unexpectedly ranked first with 46%, Ingram second with 40%, followed by Guy (38%) and Corison (31%) in the last four seconds of a single offensive round.
Fans joked: "Ingram was the league's number one pick-up man this season." In fact, this statistic fully demonstrates Ingram's maturity. Only in this way can he remain calm and calm.
Ingram played 52 games for the Lakers this season, all starting, averaging 33.8 minutes, scoring 18.3 points, 5.1 rebounds and three assists, with a shooting percentage of 49.7%. But because of deep vein thrombosis, Ingram was forced to give up the season ahead of schedule.