With JaVale McGee recently moved to the bench by choice of Luke Walton, Brandon Ingram is the last man standing from the Starting Lineup that the Lakers used for most of the season.
(Photo: Andrew D. Bernstein, Getty) Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was the opening night starter at shooting guard for the Lakers, but ceded that spot after a slow start and appeared destined to be traded.
(Photo: Matthew Stockman, Getty) Brandon Ingram appears untouchable in the Starting lineup right now.
(Photo: Rocky Widner, Getty)The Lakers have looked good when pairing Ivica Zubac and Rondo in limited minutes this year.
They are hoping that translates to a larger scale tonight as Zubac is starting at center over JaVale McGee .
He has earned steadily more playing time for the Suns of late, and looks to have firmly established himself in the team's long-term future.
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