Building off of a 2017-2018 campaign in which he started 81 games and played in all 82, Ingles did one better in 2018-19. The Aussie started every contest and further established himself as a reliable and versatile player for the Jazz. This was the third season in a row in which Ingles appeared in all 82 games. The 31-year-old settled in as a secondary scoring option during the year, finishing fourth on the team with 12.1 points per game. For the second straight year, Ingles hoisted more than 5.7 three-point attempts per game, and he shot 39.1 percent from behind the arc. He finished with a total of 189 made 3-pointers, which was one ahead of teammate Donovan Mitchell and good for 14th in the league. Ingles' shooting ability made him a good floor spacer around slashers Mitchell and Ricky Rubio, as well as inside presence Rudy Gobert. "Slow Mo Joe" also fit in well with the team's defensive identity and helped push the Jazz to second in the league's defensive rankings. For the third straight year, Ingles averaged more than a steal per game, and the veteran garnered two votes for the NBA All-Defensive Second Team. Adding to his well-rounded game, Ingles once again averaged right around four rebounds per game. He also made a nice jump in assists, going from 4.8 per game in 2017-18 to 5.7 per game in 2018-19, which was good for second on the team behind Rubio.2017
Ingles played in all 82 games and made 81 starts for the Utah Jazz during the 2017-2018 season. The forward averaged 11.5 points, 4.2 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game -- that latter mark was a career high for the Australia native. Ingles scored a season-high 24 points as part of a 115-96 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Feb. 11. He finished with a career-high 10 assists four times during the season. Ingles also finished with a double-double in each of those performances. In the postseason, he started a career-high 11 playoff games. In Game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinals, he scored a playoff career-high 27 points as part of a Jazz win over the Houston Rockets via a 116-108 score. In the game, he also netted a career-high seven three-point field goals. For the season, he finished with the 10th most made three-point field goals with 204. Ingles was also fourth in the league in terms of three-point field goal percentage as he made .440 of his attempts.2016
Ingles enjoyed a breakout 2016-17 season, the first of three consecutive years in which he played in all 82 games. A Nov. 14 matchup against the Grizzlies crystallized his development. That night, Ingles scored a career-high 20 points while contributing four rebounds and two assists. He was at his best on Dec. 8 against Golden State, setting a new career high with 21 points while accounting for five rebounds and three assists. Ingles continued his hot play down the stretch. On March 27, he scored 19 points and grabbed four rebounds in a win over the Pelicans. Ingles followed up his stellar regular season with the first 11 playoff appearances of his career, including an incredible 11-assist showing against the Clippers on April 23. The Jazz made it to Round 2, ultimately falling to the Warriors.2015
Joe Ingles made 81 appearances for the Utah Jazz in his second NBA season, starting twice. He grew into a valuable player for the offense, scoring 10 points and grabbing three rebounds in a 21-point win over Indiana in the third game of the season. Ingles was even better against the Los Angeles Clippers on Dec. 26, scoring 14 points, grabbing three rebounds and dishing out an assist in a close five-point loss. Ingles enjoyed lots of success against teams from Los Angeles, contributing 10 points and coming down with two rebounds in a 27-point win over the Lakers on Jan. 16. He put together another solid effort in the last game of the season on April 13, scoring 12 points and tying a season-high mark with four assists in another matchup versus the Lakers. Ingles finished the year averaging 4.2 points and 1.9 rebounds a game for a Jazz team that finished in ninth place in the Western Conference, its best mark in three years.2014
Ingles spent his first NBA season learning the ropes with the pros, surrounded by a talented mix of veterans and stars on the Utah Jazz including Gordon Hayward, Enes Kanter and Steve Novak. Ingles made his NBA debut on Opening Night, Oct. 29 against Houston and got off one field-goal attempt in just over four minutes of play. He gave the NBA a glimpse of the future on Nov. 9 against Detroit, scoring 10 points and grabbing three rebounds to help the Jazz escape from the jaws of defeat by a single point. On Dec. 20 against Charlotte, Ingles had the best game of his young career. He would record 13 points and pull down four rebounds in just 16 minutes of play. Ingles grew more comfortable down the stretch, playing his best basketball as the season drew to a close. In a March 23 matchup against Minnesota, Ingles scored 18 points and grabbed a pair of rebounds across 34 minutes. He averaged 7.5 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists over the season's last 20 games, which included six starts. Across the entire campaign, Ingles posted per-game averages of 5.0 points, 2.3 assists and 2.2 rebounds.
September 29, 2014Signed a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Clippers
October 25, 2014Waived by the Los Angeles Clippers.
October 27, 2014Claimed on waivers by the Utah Jazz from the Los Angeles Clippers
July 10, 2015Signed a two-year contract with the Utah Jazz
July 21, 2017Signed a four-year contract with the Utah Jazz
October 21, 2019Signed a one year contract extension with the Utah Jazz. Signing is extension on deal signed in July, 2017 and covers the 2021-22 season.