Ingram got just four games for his initial instigation and giant, loping punch toward Paul.
The home debut of LeBron James brought Showtime to the Staples Center, with a glittering array of onlookers that included Jack Nicholson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Floyd Mayweather.
The Lakers resume play Monday but are off Tuesday, when the Los Angeles Dodgers open the World Series with Game 1 in Boston.
The Rockets face the Clippers in Staples Center on the second half of a back-to-back on Sunday night, nearly assuredly without Paul.More news: CNN’s Chris Cuomo invites Gianforte to body slam him
Paul and Rondo also traded blows, Paul claiming that he had shaken his finger in Rondo's face after the Lakers player spit at him.
The Rockets contend that Rondo spit in Paul's face, which provoked the nine-time All-Star to retaliate. "It's not equitable. If you watch the film, you watch the spit, you watch this and that, it's just".More news: Assange sues Ecuador for violating 'fundamental rights'
"I don't know, I might rest him (on a) back-to-back", D'Antoni said.
"[We are] sending a clear message that this is not acceptable behaviour and you can not do this. Our players play with a lot of respect for each other and for everybody else". Given that precedence, something approaching double digits for both Ingram and Rondo seems like it would have been more appropriate.
VanDeWeghe clearly indicated that Rondo did not acknowledge spitting on Paul. "I'm not going to guarantee no championship, I'll tell you that", he says in the interview.
"We've got a long way to go to get to the Rockets, to get to a lot of teams in the Western Conference", James said.More news: Shot Near Jacksonville Jaguars’ Stadium During Game