Harrison Ingram stars in Spurs' NBA Summer League victory over China

The former UNC basketball star had his best performance thus far in NBA Summer League action on Tuesday night.
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In his third NBA Summer League game, former UNC basketball standout Harrison Ingram put together his best overall performance.

The former Tar Heel recorded his first professional league double-double, as his 16 points and 10 rebounds helped guide the San Antonio Spurs to a blowout victory over China in the California Classic.

Ingram was very efficient from the floor, knocking down six of his 10 shot attempts. After making just two of his 10 three-point attempts over the first two games, Ingram responded by knocking down three of his five attempts on Tuesday night.

Similar to what he did as a member of the UNC basketball program, Ingram did a little bit of everything in the victory. Along with his double-double effort, Ingram added three assists and two steals over his 26 minutes of action.

Ingram is starting to really settle in, as he's been getting better in each of his team's three games in the California Classic. He hopes to continue his recent success in Las Vegas as the Spurs kick off NBA Summer League action this weekend.

The former Tar Heel is getting an extended opportunity to showcase his skills as he battles for a spot on the Spurs' active roster for the upcoming regular season. On Tuesday night, Ingram showcased the skills that made him such a popular player in Chapel Hill, as he's a guy who will do literally anything he can to help his team succeed.