With the departures of Lou Williams, D’Angelo Russell, and Jordan Clarkson over the span of 12 months, Brandon Ingram’s shot creation responsibilities increased to the point where an improvement in his ball-handling was a necessity.
In this installment of Laker Film Room, I take a look at how Ingram utilized hesitation moves to improve his effectiveness at driving to the basket, and what he can learn from Kevin Durant in order to take this element of his game to the next level.
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