Livingston is practicing had said he'd be ready for playoffs #Nets
Jason Kidd said Shaun Livingston and Alan Anderson are out vs. Orlando tomorrow. Says everyone else is good to go. We will see.
The Brooklyn Game "Nets general manager Billy King noted recently that retaining starting guard Shaun Livingston was his top offseason priority, after the 28-year-old guard on a one-year minimum contract emerged as a key part of Jason Kidd's hybrid starting lineups. But Livingston's just trying to focus on..." April 01
Fansided "Brooklyn Nets guard Shaun Livingston is set to become a free agent in the offseason coming off of the most productive season of his career, which means he could be destined for a big money contract on the open market. A big money deal could lead to the Nets being unable to afford re-signing..." March 22
Pro Basketball Talk "Shaun Livingston has been a solid point guard for the Nets this season and he has looked even better of late as the Nets have gotten hot — in his last 5 games he has averaged 11.8 points on 53 percent shooting, plus dishing out four assists a game. He is a quality veteran backup point guard now...." March 19
Shaun Livingston said he doesn't know if he can play tomorrow, but his tone was not very optimistic.
Yahoo! Sports "Shaun Livingston has started nine games in a row, and his Brooklyn Nets have won eight of those contests. The team’s defense has improved, something it probably couldn’t help but do, and Livingston has helped steady the offense as the Nets rang up impressive wins over the Heat, Thunder, Golden..." January 22
The Brooklyn Game "Shaun Livingston doesn't want to talk about the past anymore. "Honestly, I try not to think about it," Livingston said of his trek, eyes down, leaned back against his locker after his team's stunning 104-95 double overtime victory against the Miami Heat. "It's really just about being in the..." January 11
Livingston said he tweaked his ankle just before coming out last night, but he'll have no issues tonight.
Shaun Livingston is gonna play, as expected. Said he he feels fine.
New York Post "Deron who? No one seriously will be saying that about injured star point guard Deron Williams anytime soon. But while Williams continues to recover from a sprained right ankle suffered last month Shaun Livingston has looked terrific filling in for him through the first three preseason..." October 15
New York Post "Paul Pierce grabbed a rebound less than three minutes into the Nets’ preseason game Tuesday in Washington took a dribble and fired a pass up to Shaun Livingston at midcourt. Livingston then took one dribble followed by two long graceful strides launched himself from a step inside the foul line..." October 12
Hearing Nets closing in on locking up Shaun Livingston for that backup PG spot
Akron Beacon Journal "It seems so long ago now, but a turning point to this Cavaliers’ season was the growth and development of a viable bench unit. With veterans like Luke Walton, Shaun Livingston and Wayne Ellington guiding the reserves, the Cavs built major equity with that second unit. Now as they prepare to..." March 27
Houston Chronicle "If coach Kevin McHale was not lamenting the decision to cut Shaun Livingston before the season, Livingston gave him more reasons to believe the Rockets could have used him when they made that move. Livingston, starting for the Cavaliers with Kyrie Irving out with a sprained left shoulder, made..." March 23
Akron Beacon Journal "After the Cavaliers claimed Shaun Livingston off waivers from the Washington Wizards on Christmas Day, Livingston’s first game as a member of the Cavs was against the Wizards. Now that Livingston is the starting point guard for the foreseeable future given Kyrie Irving’s injury, it only makes..." March 13
Cleveland Plain Dealer "The Cleveland Cavaliers resume their season on Wednesday night, when they play the New Orleans Hornets at Quicken Loans Arena. The Cavs begin post-All-Star-break play with a 16-37 record. New Orleans is 19-34. It's a key week on the NBA calendar. The trade deadline is on Thursday at 3 p.m...." February 19