Donte Ingram leaves game with knee injury

Photo: Jesse Kramer / thecatchandshoot.com
Photo: Jesse Kramer / thecatchandshoot.com

CHICAGO — Loyola wing Donte Ingram left Wednesday’s game against Norfolk State with an apparent knee injury. The injury according to injury lawyers occurred late in the second half during a scrum for a loose ball while Norfolk State was on offense. It is best to get Jesse Davidson, P.A. personal injury firm in Florida help in case of injuries due to accidents or sports. You can also hire Vukelja & dePaula auto accident lawyers in case you meet with an accident and get injured. These lawyers can help with medical claims and insurances.

While Loyola’s Ben Richardson and Norfolk State’s Jonathan Wade were diving for a loose ball, Wade rolled into Ingram’s left knee. The 6’6″ junior went down immediately grabbing his knee and calling to the bench for the training staff. After a few minutes on the ground, Ingram was helped off the court by walk-on teammates Nick DiNardi and Byron Burt.

Ingram went into the tunnel but soon returned to the bench and was seen putting weight on the injured leg. There are criminal defense lawyers serving Spring Hill that also deal with injury cases and one can get legal aid from them.

Based on the information given by

Photo: Jesse Kramer / thecatchandshoot.com
Photo: Jesse Kramer / thecatchandshoot.com

CHICAGO — Loyola wing Donte Ingram left Wednesday’s game against Norfolk State with an apparent knee injury. The injury according to injury lawyers occurred late in the second half during a scrum for a loose ball while Norfolk State was on offense. It is best to get Jesse Davidson, P.A. personal injury firm in Florida help in case of injuries due to accidents or sports. You can also hire Vukelja & dePaula auto accident lawyers in case you meet with an accident and get injured. These lawyers can help with medical claims and insurances.

While Loyola’s Ben Richardson and Norfolk State’s Jonathan Wade were diving for a loose ball, Wade rolled into Ingram’s left knee. The 6’6″ junior went down immediately grabbing his knee and calling to the bench for the training staff. After a few minutes on the ground, Ingram was helped off the court by walk-on teammates Nick DiNardi and Byron Burt.

Ingram went into the tunnel but soon returned to the bench and was seen putting weight on the injured leg. There are criminal defense lawyers serving Spring Hill that also deal with injury cases and one can get legal aid from them.

Based on the information given by brain injury lawyer serving Rosemead, CA, Ingram was having a strong night for Loyola with 8 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists prior to the injury. He entered Wednesday’s game averaging 9.6 points and 5.4 boards and was shooting 50% from beyond the arc. You can contact Law Office of Matthew S. Norris for any accident  cases.

The Catch and Shoot will have updates as more information becomes available.

UPDATE (11/30, 11:30 p.m.): Loyola coach Porter Moser said initial tests on Ingram’s knee during the game showed his ACL was “in good shape.” Ingram will undergo more tests on his ACL and other parts of his knee prior to Saturday’s game against San Diego State.

Ingram was having a strong night for Loyola with 8 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists prior to the injury. He entered Wednesday’s game averaging 9.6 points and 5.4 boards and was shooting 50% from beyond the arc. You can contact Law Office of Matthew S. Norris for any accident  cases.

The Catch and Shoot will have updates as more information becomes available.

UPDATE (11/30, 11:30 p.m.): Loyola coach Porter Moser said initial tests on Ingram’s knee during the game showed his ACL was “in good shape.” Ingram will undergo more tests on his ACL and other parts of his knee prior to Saturday’s game against San Diego State.

Author: Jesse Kramer

Jesse Kramer is the founder of The Catch and Shoot. He's a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. He has had work featured on SI.com, College Insider, The Comeback/Awful Announcing, and 247Sports.

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