News: The Thunder recalled guards Jeremy Lamb and DeAndre Liggins as well as center Daniel Orton from the Tulsa 66ers of the NBA-Development league, the team announced Tuesday.
Analysis: Liggans remains more of a project for the Thunder as he hasn't seen much of the court during his time with the team this year. That is unlikely to change much moving forward, so owners should continue to ignore the 25-year-old in all seasonal formats for the time being.
News: The Oklahoman reports on Monday that the Thunder recalled three players from the D-League. Oklahoma City recalled guards Jeremy Lamb and DeAndre Liggins and forward Perry Jones.
Analysis: Liggins last played with the Thunder on Feb. 27 against the Hornets and scored four points with three rebounds over nine minutes. He's seen action in 33 games this year and has very low-end Fantasy value in all formats.
News: Thunder guard DeAndre Liggins ended up missing no time for his sprained ankle, as he was back on the floor Friday against the Suns. Liggins played 12 minutes in the game, a 127-96 blowout victory. Liggins made just one shot in the game, a three-pointer, to finish with three points. He shot 1 of 3 from the field in the game and added no other statistics.
Analysis: Liggins is one of the last guys off the bench in the Thunders rotation, appearing in just 27 games and averaging 7.7 minutes per game for the season. He has no Fantasy value in any formats at this time.
News: Thunder guard DeAndre Liggins is expected to be available off the bench Friday against Phoenix despite suffering a sprained left ankle in his previous game, The Oklahoman reports. Liggins left Wednesday's contest in the fourth quarter and sported a walking boot in the locker room.
Analysis: Liggins appears to have avoided a serious injury as the rest day Thursday preserved his ankle from suffering addition damage. The second-year guard has averaged just 7.7 minutes per game this season and eclipsed 10 points only once. He should remain untouched in all Fantasy formats.
News: Thunder guard DeAndre Liggins left Wednesday's contest against the Warriors with a sprained left ankle. Liggins sustained the injury in the fourth quarter of the 119-98 win and was seen sporting a walking boot after the game. He finished with four points prior to leaving the game and is scheduled to be re-evaluated Friday.
Analysis: Liggins' injury sounds like it could keep him sidelined for a while as the team wants him just to rest Thursday instead of come in for an evaluation. The second-year guard doesn't see much of the floor even when he is healthy, so Fantasy owners should be too concerned about how long he will be sidelined for. At this point in the year, Liggins should continue to be ignored in all formats.
News: Thunder guard DeAndre Liggins received the start in Sunday's game against the Trial Blazers with Thabo Sefolosha (neck) out. He scored 11 points and hauled in nine rebounds -- both career highs -- in the 87-83 loss. He went 4 for 6 from the floor, making all three of his attempts from downtown, while playing 40 minutes. Liggins also posted two assists and a steal in the victory.
Analysis: Liggins had scored 13 combined points in his first 13 games this season and had a productive outing in the start. Owners should keep an eye on Sefolosha's status in the coming days to see if the 24-year-old will see an increased role. At this point, however, continue to ignore Liggins in the majority of Fantasy formats.
News: The Thunder recalled forward Perry Jones, guard DeAndre Liggins and center Daniel Orton from the Tulsa 66ers of the NBA Development League on Monday.
Analysis: Liggins averaged 10.2 points, 7.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.1 steals and 1.7 blocks in six games in the D-League but did not do much in his first stint with the Thunder. Continue to ignore him in the majority of Fantasy formats at this point.
News: Orlando guard DeAndre Liggins has gotten into two straight games for the Magic. He nailed both his field-goal attempts in Wednesday's 108-91 win over the Nets. Liggins also went 1 for 2 at the charity stripe, finishing with five points.
Analysis: Liggins hasn't seen too much action this year for the Magic, but with the team dealing with some injuries heading into the All-Star break Liggins got a few chances to shine. Until he starts getting consistent playing time, Liggins is not worth owning in any Fantasy format.
News: Magic rookie guard DeAndre Liggins did not dress on Friday night after having an allergic reaction to shellfish. He has yet to make it into any games for the Magic this season.
Analysis: Liggins averaged 8.6 points and 4 rebounds in his third and final season with Kentucky. The fact he hasn't made it into a game shows that the Magic don't have big plans for him this season. He can be ignored in all Fantasy formats this season.
News: The Magic used the second round of the NBA Draft on Thursday night to acquire forward Justin Harper from Richmond and guard DeAndre Liggins from Kentucky. They traded two future second-round picks to Cleveland to acquire Harper, the 32nd pick in the draft, then used their own pick at 53 to snag Liggins. Liggins averaged 8.6 points and 4 rebounds in his third and final season with Kentucky. He is known more for his defense and toughness. The Magic are hoping Liggins can give them some defensive help at shooting guard if they don't resign free agent Jason Richardson. "He's a tough kid who isn't afraid to work," said Magic GM Otis Smith. "He was one of those guys who was a little unnoticed at Kentucky, but he came up big when he was called upon."
Analysis: Liggins has minimal Fantasy value even if he makes the final roster. Ignore him in all leagues on Draft Day.