Liggins collected six points (2-4 FG, 2-3 3Pt) and three steals in 21 minutes during Monday's 110-103 win over the Grizzlies.
Liggins matched season highs in scoring and minutes while setting season highs in steals and threes. He has appeared in 10 of 13 games in 2017-18, including seven straight, and if Liggins continues to play solid defense and hit some treys he could eventually earn a more consistent and reliable role off the bench.
Liggins spent roughly a week with the Heat, but ultimately was waived prior to roster cut downs. The Bucks like his upside, however, and will give him the final spot on their 15-man roster. That being said, the deal is reportedly not guaranteed, so there's still a chance he doesn't remain with the Bucks long-term. Liggins will add some depth on the wing, but won't see enough minutes to be relevant in the majority of fantasy leagues.
Liggins is no stranger to the Heat organization. He was originally signed by the team back in 2014 with two 10-day deals and subsequently spent the next two seasons with the Heat's G-League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce. He's a two-time G-League Defensive Player of the Year as well. Last year, he split the year between the Mavericks and the Cavaliers, averaging 2.5 points across 12.5 minutes per game. He'll seemingly remain a deep-rotational player this season and seemingly won't warrant ownership in the vast majority of fantasy formats.
Liggins will join his fifth organization in less than a calendar year, as he appeared in games in 2016-17 with the Cavaliers and Mavericks before his rights were dealt to the Rockets and Clippers earlier this summer. It's expected that the veteran guard will again be searching for a new home in short order, as Chouinard reports that Liggins will likely be waived prior to the start of training camp. A versatile wing defender, Liggins could secure a training-camp invite elsewhere, but without the security of a guaranteed contract, he'll face long odds to win a spot on any team's 15-man roster.
Liggins was likely just an extra piece in the trade to make the financials work out between both the Clippers and Rockets. It remains to be seen if the Clippers will ultimately keep him on the roster for the 2017-18 campaign, as his contract isn't currently guaranteed. If he does, however, stick with the Clippers, Liggins would likely be nothing but a deep reserve behind the likes of Lou Williams and Jamal Crawford at shooting guard. The Clippers could also add another piece during the upcoming free agency, which further complicates Liggins' eventual role with the team.
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