Warriors Waive Shaun Livingston

Tanya Simon
July 10, 2019

The Golden State Warriors are waiving veteran guard Shaun Livingston, according to an ESPN report.

Despite whispers that Livingston might retire, Wojnarowski reported that the guard is "determined to continue playing".

The former fourth overall selection in the 2004 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Clippers has played the last five seasons with the Warriors.

The 2004 fourth overall pick by the Los Angeles Clippers won three National Basketball Association championships with the Warriors, including five straight Finals appearances.

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However, after Durant's decision to leave Golden State for the Brooklyn Nets, the team was forced to prepare for the future and opted to go young. Once the team signed Klay Thompson and D'Angelo Russell to huge contracts, Golden State had to clear salary cap space, which meant trading Andre Iguodala and likely moving on from Livingston.

Is this the end of the road for the 33-year-old?

The versatile, 6-foot-7 Livingston has shown himself to be one of the league's savviest players and strongest locker room presences.

His production dwindled in limited action this past season, when Livingston averaged 4.0 points in 64 games.

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