The Los Angeles Clippers cleared $1.67 million in a trade exemption by dealing DeAndre Liggins to the Atlanta Hawks, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Per Wojnarowski, the Hawks plan to waive Liggins, who has a non-guaranteed contract. The 29-year-old spent most of 2016-17 with the Cleveland Cavaliers before ending the season with the Dallas Mavericks. He averaged 2.4 points in 61 games with Cleveland, shooting 37.8 percent from three-point range before being waived in April. He tallied eight points and seven rebounds in his only appearance for Dallas. This led to a bizarre offseason where he bounced around the league, getting traded to the Houston Rockets before being sent to the Clippers as part of the Chris Paul trade.
DeAndre Liggins Reportedly Traded to Hawks from Clippers; Will Be Waived
Bleacher Report | Sep 25