What is Andre Ingram Net Worth?
Andre Ingram, born November 1985 and raised in Richmond, Virginia is no stranger to basketball fans. At Highland Springs High School he led his basketball team to its inaugural title since school history was recorded, later moving onto American University where he earned two first team All Patriot League accolades before going onto become a professional. Since his professional debut he has won multiple accolades both on and off the court for his efforts in basketball and in life overall.
Ingram has made his mark in the NBA G League, where he holds all-time marks for three-point field goals and games played as well as being twice victorious at its Three-Point Contest. Recently he made an unexpected return to Los Angeles Lakers on a 10-day contract in March 2019, providing reinforcement as the team dealt with injuries.
Even during his short time in the NBA, Ingram’s success has inspired many. His humble nature and strong work ethic are just two qualities that have contributed to his remarkable rise to success. Alongside playing his basketball career, Ingram is also an avid philanthropist supporting countless programs and charities while serving as an inspirational role model to young people pursuing their dreams despite obstacles they might encounter.
As an athlete, Ingram earns a steady paycheck; however, to secure his family’s financial future he continues to supplement it through teaching mathematics to children. Before enjoying the benefits of becoming an NBA player he hopes to build up a secure foundation first.
Ingram and his wife Marlee live in Richmond, Virginia with their daughters Maliyah and Navi. Although their private lives remain relatively private, they’re both extremely proud of their offspring. Marlee has always been there to provide support during his difficult moments on the court.
While playing in the NBA G League, Ingram supplemented his salary with part-time work as a children’s math tutor. He played for Perth Wildcats of Australia’s National Basketball League before signing with Los Angeles D-Fenders and South Bay Lakers; with these last three teams, he made only prorated $13,824; this amount being considerably less than what he typically earned with previous teams in G League. Although his career has seen its ups and downs, Ingram never gave up his dream; rather he remains an embodiment of G League savant; role-playing purist talent self-disciplined two way talent that proves there’s never too late to pursue your passion! With every jump shot taken, Ingram reminds us all that passion never leaves us.