Ingram, who is averaging a career-best 18.3 points and 5.1 rebounds per game this season, had missed the previous two games with a sore right shoulder. Further tests on Friday showed the diagnosis.
He had started every single game this season before the injury.
On Thursday, trainer Luke Walton said Ingram had been undergoing pain if he lifted his right arm.
His likelihood to overlook out the remainder of the growing summer season comes only one day after the Lakers declared that shield Lonzo Ball could not come back from his bone bruise that’s linked to a Grade 3 foot sprain suffered on Jan. 19.
Walton said Ball, that had been simply re-evaluated by health practitioners on Saturday, is close to a return and has not achieved such a thing out dribbling drills and stand still shooting as suffering the injury.