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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Deandre Liggins
The Miami Heat say they have signed guard DeAndre Liggins to a second 10-day contract.
Former Kentucky guard DeAndre Liggins is back in the NBA with the Miami Heat after felony domestic violence charges against him were recently dropped in Oklahoma City.
A clerk for an Oklahoma County judge says felony domestic violence charges against former Oklahoma City Thunder guard DeAndre Liggins have been dropped.
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook quickly went from being rookies to All-Stars, and now they're practically veterans on the increasingly youthful Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Orlando Magic used the second round of the NBA Draft Thursday night to acquire forward Justin Harper from Richmond and guard DeAndre Liggins from Kentucky.
Kentucky guard DeAndre Liggins will remain in the NBA draft.
Kentucky coach John Calipari thinks freshmen stars Brandon Knight and Terrence Jones should throw their names into the NBA draft. He's just not sure Knight and Jones should keep them there.
Brandon Knight had the ball and Kentucky's season in his hands.
Legs tired, chest heaving, Kemba Walker labored through the closing minutes. He got his points, but it wasn't easy.
Brandon Knight can run through the list of Kentucky's issues over the winter as easily as the straight-A student can rip through an exam.
With the regular season winding down, Kentucky coach John Calipari is still trying to get his team to learn how to finish off close games.
"We all make mistakes, unfortunately," Liggins said. "I learned from it and I moved past that, and I'm ready to get back on track."
Liggins announced Sunday he will turn pro rather than return for his senior season after talking to NBA scouts during a weekend camp hosted by the New Jersey Nets.