Liggins Works His "Magic"

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Updated: 7/09/2012 7:19 pm
Deandre Liggins is used to pressure.  He played for John Calipari for a few seasons, so sticking in the NBA shouldn't be a problem.

After a slow start in his rookie season, Liggins is making waves fast in the Orlando Summer League. 

The former Cat dropped 6 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists in today's 92-88 win over the Nets and impressed the Magic's player development coach Mark Price.  But not necessarily for the things that show up in the box score.

A good sign he'll be sticking around if he continues to progress.

Check out the video to hear what Price had to say about the "player of the game."
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