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Topic - J. Price
A.J. Price is backing up Ricky Rubio with the Timberwolves. The point guard ended last season thinking he's return to Washington behind John Wall.
A.J. Price had something to prove. Going up against the team he played with for three seasons, Price had 12 points and a career-high 14 assists in the Wizards' 89-85 loss at Indiana on Saturday.
"It just let me know they wanted to go in a different direction, just made it more evident," said Price, who made it clear there were "no hard feelings" from his end.
Asked if the team contacted him this offseason, Price said, "No, never did, which is kind of surprising. They're not entitled to at the end of the day."