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For Lakers' Ingram, practice time a joy

LOS ANGELES_Not once this season has a Los Angeles Laker smiled as brightly at the prospect of speaking to a gaggle of reporters as Brandon Ingram did Saturday morning.

Ingram finally was getting some practice time. He had a reason to smile.

"Back smiling again," Ingram said. "Happy to be out here, light shooting, trying to ramp it up a little bit this week."

Ingram strained his

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