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Shaun Livingston | Guard | #34

Team: Golden State Warriors
Age / DOB:  (32) / 9/11/1985
Ht / Wt:  6'7' / 192
College: None
Drafted: 2004 / Rd. 1 (4) / LAC
Contract: view contract details

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Shaun Livingston has agreed to re-sign with the Warriors on a three-year, $24 million deal according to ESPN's Chris Haynes.
The third year comes with a partial guarantee of $2 million. Livingston probably could've fetched a larger deal somewhere else, but it's hard to turn the down the defending champs. With Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant fully expected to re-sign, the Warriors can now turn their attention to retaining Andre Iguodala. Livingston should reprise his role as Curry's backup, but won't be worth drafting in standard fantasy leagues -- he averaged 5.1 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 17.7 minutes per game last season. Jul 1 - 12:13 AM

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Shaun Livingston scored four points with six rebounds, one assist and one steal in 23 minutes against the Spurs on Sunday.

He basically became the new Andre Iguodala (knee) portion of the Mega Death lineup late in this game. With Iguodala dealing with knee soreness, Livingston figures to get some decent minutes in Game 2 on Tuesday. Iguodala should be consider questionable for that one.
May 14 - 6:43 PM

Shaun Livingston (hand, finger) returned to action in Game 1 vs. the Jazz on Tuesday, scoring nine points with five rebounds, one assist, one steal and one block in 20 minutes.

Despite being out for over two weeks, Livingston was in a good rhythm and finished 4-of-5 from the field with a single turnover. Stephen Curry tweaked his ankle in tonight's win, and while he's expected to be fine, both Livingston and Ian Clark would be interesting DFS punts if Curry can't play in Game 2.
May 3 - 1:50 AM

Shaun Livingston (hand, finger) will play in Game 1 vs. the Jazz on Tuesday.

He's been out since Apr. 16, but should slide back into the rotation as the primary backup behind Steph Curry. Ian Clark is probably the big loser here.
May 2 - 9:36 PM

Shaun Livingston (hand, finger) remains questionable for Game 1 on Tuesday vs. the Jazz.

Livingston has not played since injuring his hand in Game 1 of the Portland series back on April 16. Ian Clark has served as the Warriors backup in place of Livingston. Clark averaged 20.9 minutes per game over the final three games of Golden State's first-round series.
May 2 - 1:59 PM

Shaun Livingston (hand, finger) is still questionable for Game 1 on Tuesday.

Even the full week off didn't get him all the way back. The Warriors didn't miss Livingston whatsoever because Ian Clark just kills the Blazers. That may be different in the second round.
Apr 29 - 3:36 PM

Shaun Livingston (hand) and Matt Barnes (ankle) will not play in Game 4 vs. the Blazers on Monday.

Livingston has been out for a week, but if the Warriors sweep the series against Portland tonight he will get another 5-7 days to rest up for Round 2. Ian Clark will pick up the backup PG minutes again.
Apr 24 - 8:43 PM

Shaun Livingston (hand) and Matt Barnes (ankle) went through shootaround, but both remain questionable to play Monday vs. Portland.

Livingston has had a full seven days to rest up his bruised hand, so he has to be close to getting back to the court. Barnes also should be close after spending a little over two weeks on the sidelines, and if both these guys are able to get back to the floor tonight, there will be fewer minutes available for Patrick McCaw and Ian Clark. Stay tuned.

Shaun Livingston (bruised hand, sprained finger) is questionable for Game 4 on Monday.

Golden State could play it safe with a comfortable 3-0 lead in the series, but we'll know more after shootaround on Monday. If he can't play, expect to see more from backups Ian Clark and Pat McCaw.
Apr 23 - 7:42 PM

Matt Barnes (right ankle, foot sprain) and Shaun Livingston (right index finger sprain, hand contusion) are out against the Blazers on Saturday.

The Warriors will be a little thin on their bench, but it shouldn't be a big problem with Ian Clark, Pat McCaw and Andre Iguodala fully capable to pick up the slack. Plus, the starters will likely have their minutes extended today. Iguodala could have a breakout game today while Clark continues to roast the Blazers.
Apr 22 - 8:45 PM

Shaun Livingston (hand) is questionable to play against the Blazers on Saturday.

He has a right index finger sprain and a hand contusion, but is only day-to-day. If Livingston can't go, Ian Clark will look to add to his 12.5 points per game over the first two playoff outings.
Apr 21 - 3:26 PM

Shaun Livingston (right index finger sprain, hand contusion) will not play in Game 2 on Wednesday.

Andre Iguodala and Ian Clark should be the biggest beneficiaries in Livingston's absence, with the starting backcourt also likely to play more minutes. Golden State is likely just playing it safe here, giving Livingston a total of five days off before Game 3 on Saturday.
Apr 19 - 8:48 PM

Shaun Livingston (right index finger sprain, hand contusion) did not participate during shootaround and he remains questionable to play in Wednesday's Game 2 vs. Portland.

Kevin Durant (calf) and Matt Barnes (ankle) also missed shootaround, and it's looking like there's a chance all three of these guys could miss Wednesday's game. If they're all out, Patrick McCaw could enter the starting five, and he'd be in line for some extended minutes, along with Andre Iguodala and Ian Clark. Stephen Curry would also be forced into heavy minutes, and he'd see a decent uptick in usage sans KD.

Shaun Livingston (right index finger sprain, hand contusion) is questionable to play in Game 2 against Portland on Wednesday.

It's unclear exactly when Livingston suffered this injury, but we should have a better idea on his status following Wednesday morning's shootaround. If he's out, Stephen Curry could be forced into heavy minutes with Ian Clark acting as his primary backup.
Apr 18 - 3:34 PM

Coach Steve Kerr said that he may rest Shaun Livingston on Wednesday vs. the Lakers.

If Livingston does sit out the regular-season finale, Ian Clark would see a bump in minutes.
Apr 11 - 11:40 AM