Forget the Alfoil, you need to go straight to lead. Those CIA mind-control waves have clearly scrambled your brains.
A good conspiracy theory can be quite entertaining, but you don't even have the basics.
You're suggesting a grand conspiracy, in which Ingram is not only complicit, but agrees to be labelled as mentally ill, effectively ending any hope he has of ever playing anywhere but D-League. (Which according to you, he should still be chasing because there's nothing actually wrong with him.)
And as if that wasn't stupid enough, you're kinda missing one vital item.
In even the worst Batman episode, the Penguin always had an OBJECTIVE.
So what do you propose was the Cats' objective???
To bring in a 3-point specialist just for the Hawks & MU games?
To boost sales of fluro-orange sneakers?
To corner the market on Jeron Johnson bobble-heads?
Oh, that's right, they wanted to "look" at Ingram?
Not really sure what you think that means?
Was Trevor looking to expand his collection of locker-room photos?
What exactly is it that you think they observed in 2 games fresh off the plane? That they didn't already know?
That he's a 3-point specialist who's mediocre at the rest? Kinda suspect they already knew that one.
Do you think Ingram doctored his highlights real to make himself look taller?
Or had a friend video him dunking on an 8ft rim?
There's also the rather obvious sticking point.
Even if, for some bizarre reason that only works in your universe, the Cats hatched this massive conspiracy. Last thing they're going to do is fire it the day after they lost their two point guards to injury.
Try laying on the floor, with your feet in the air, because clearly your brain is not getting enough blood.