Sunday, 20 October, 2019

Warriors to waive Shaun Livingston

The Warriors Will Waive Shaun Livingston, Who Wants To Keep Playing Shaun Livingston not planning to retire after being waived by Warriors
Cary Erickson | 10 July, 2019, 23:14

The Golden State Warriors have waived guard Shaun Livingston, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. He was an immediate presence off the bench en route to the team's first National Basketball Association championship in 40 years and throughout their historic five-year run.

Originally, the Warriors had to make a decision on Livingston's contract by June 30, but the two sides reportedly agreed to push the date back to July 10.

The American is guaranteed $2 million of his $7.7 million for next season.

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Much like Andre Iguodala, veteran point guard Shaun Livingston's time with the Warriors is up. In doing so, the club will remain slightly under the $138.9 million tax apron.

"Shaun was a huge part of three National Basketball Association championship teams with the Warriors, but his overall journey is what is most remarkable", Warriors CEO Joe Lacob said in a statement. He suffered a horrific knee injury in 2007, which many thought would end his career.

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 33-year-old, however, does not intend to retire.