5:51 PM EDT, Tue May 31, 2016

Livingston shrugs off return of referee Scott Foster

OKLAHOMA CITY - Warriors guard Shaun Livingston was sitting on the bench after Sunday morning’s shootaround, a bag of ice strapped to his knee, when he was told Scott Foster is one of the referees for Game 3 against Oklahoma City. Foster quickly and theatrically ejected Livingston from Game 4 of Golden State’s second-round series against Portland, after Livingston vehemently argued a non-call. In fairness, replays showed Livingston tossing in a vulgarity after Foster hit him with technical foul No. 1. The ejection on May 9 was the first of his 11-year career; he now has played in 679...

After gruesome injury, Shaun Livingston thriving

Shaun Livingston once lay in a Los Angeles hospital bed, his future mobility spinning in doubt. Livingston tried not to contemplate the grim possibilities, which included the end of his promising NBA career. Head coach Steve Kerr called Livingston an “inspiring human being.” Livingston often hears similar sentiments from fans on social media, praising his perseverance in overcoming such a horrific injury and his persistence in a nomadic career with 10 stops. Livingston helped the Warriors win an NBA title, visited the White House and capably replaced Curry in the cauldron of the...

Warriors’ Livingston apologizes for getting ejected

Shaun Livingston was back to his usual calm and introspective self on Wednesday morning, two days after the first ejection of his 12-year career. The Warriors’ backup point guard joked that he did some yoga and meditation and will listen to some soothing music after getting two technical fouls in the second quarter of Monday’s Game 4 victory at Portland. “You don’t ever want to leave your brothers out there, so I was wrong for that,” Livingston said following the Warriors’ shootaround. Like coaches sometimes do, Livingston said he was trying to get one technical to encourage...
Oakland Tribune May 11, 2016

Shaun Livingston says he didn't intend to get ejected

Golden State Warriors guard Shaun Livingston says he was trying to get a technical foul in Game 4 against the Portland Trail Blazers, but he didn't expect to be ejected.

Shaun Livingston’s second-quarter ejection nearly dooms Warriors in Game 4

The injuries that have sidelined Stephen Curry much of the playoffs came with a silver lining: If the Warriors hadn’t come back for a 132-125 overtime win in Game 3 of the Western Conference semifinals, his second-quarter ejection would long live in franchise infamy. When Livingston continued to jaw, Foster blew his whistle and used his entire body to signal the veteran point guard’s ejection. Could they overcome a raucous crowd with a less-than-100-percent Curry? In his previous 675 NBA games, Livingston had never once been ejected. Once a potential franchise player for the...
Blazersedge May 10, 2016

Warriors' Shaun Livingston Ejected in Game 4

After too many words with the referee, Shaun Livingston left for an early shower. Warriors point guard Shaun Livingston was ejected late in the second quarter of tonight's Western Conference semi-finals game against the Blazers in Portland. Livingston was tossed by Scott Foster after complaining about a missed possible foul call on the previous play. Livingston is not alone in his displeasure - several other coaches and players have complained about inconsistent officiating throughout the game. Draymond Green also received a technical in the first quarter: With Steph Curry playing his...
Blazersedge May 10, 2016

Gameday Thread: Warriors vs. Blazers (Game 4) Second Half

Stephen Curry returned for the Golden State Warriors as they battled the Portland Trail Blazers Monday evening in the Game 4 of the 2016 NBA Playoffs second round. The first two games have been an exercise in futility for the Blazers. How to Watch Blazers vs. Warriors, Game 4: TV: TNT Streaming: TNT Online Radio: Rip City Radio, 620 am ----- The Rules! There are a few extra rules we emphasize for Gameday Threads. We appreciate your support! 1. No videos or pictures please, including embedded stuff from Twitter. 2. No discussion of streams that aren't sanctioned by the NBA, or how to work...

Watch: Warriors Shaun Livingston says team will be 'hungry' in Game 4

The lack of urgency in the Warriors loss in Game 3 was a source of irritation. Livingston said they had good individual performances, but they didn't bring the needed energy as a team.

Watch: Warriors Klay Thompson says 'We don't want to come back here'

The Warriors guard say the team's ball movement must be better in Monday's night's Game 4. The Warriors must make the Blazers work harder on defense and they need to play with a sense of urgency.

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