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Oklahoma City Thunder: Scott Brooks pleased with Reggie Jackson's play

Brooks said: “I like what Reggie has been doing. He still needs to improve in a lot of areas and he will because it's only second year in the league.”
by Darnell Mayberry Published: January 7, 2013
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Liggins didn't disappoint. He supplied a brief spark, grabbing a pair of quick rebounds, drawing a charge and making a hard cut to the basket before getting fouled and earning a trip to the free throw line. He finished with two points and three rebounds in 4:50 of play.

“I'm always ready,” Liggins said. “When I got in, I just did what I do. That's play hard. That's my job. I just got to stay ready. Anything can happen. I just got to stay ready and keep working hard.”

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Washington welcomed back Ariza and A.J. Price from injuries Monday, but the Wizards were without Nene and Jordan Crawford, their top two scorers, and Cartier Martin due to injuries. … The Wizards completed two four-point plays in Monday's game. … The Wizards are one of only two teams to defeat the Thunder and Heat, last year's NBA Finals participants. Memphis is the other. … Kevin Martin scored just eight points on 3-for-12 shooting Monday. He missed all six of his 3-point attempts. … Despite being without four players and playing just eight players major minutes, the Wizards' bench outscored the Thunder's 17-13.

By Darnell Mayberry