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Warriors season review: The return of Shaun Livingston

Warriors season review: The return of Shaun Livingston

At 31 years old, Shaun Livingston put in a steady and reliable 2016-2017 season, and he’ll be back for more. Now a two-time champion, Shaun Livingston has capped off a third season with the Golden State Warriors. Like Andre Iguodala, he’s become a reliable and steady presence off the bench and a key part of the Warriors’ championship formula. He has always been an effective player and the 2016-2017 season was no exception. Despite playing on a team known for the three-ball, Livingston essentially refuses to shoot three-pointers. In fact, his lone made three this past season was a...
Inquisitr Jul 4, 2017
Warriors Rumors: 5 Players Golden State Can Sign To Fill Out Roster [Opinion]

Warriors Rumors: 5 Players Golden State Can Sign To Fill Out Roster [Opinion]

The Golden State Warriors not only won the 2017 NBA Championship but they also won the 2017 NBA Free Agency. The Warriors managed to keep their main core intact with Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala all signed to new contracts. Golden State also managed to re-sign Shaun Livingston and David West. However, the Warriors still need to fill out the remainder of their roster. Golden State has 11 players on the roster with four spots left to fill. The defending champions have five free agents from last season’s team with Matt Barnes, Ian Clark, James Michael McAdoo, JaVale McGee...
Inquisitr Jul 4, 2017
Kevin Durant Sacrifices Pay, Re-Signs With Golden State Warriors In Discounted Deal To Keep Team Intact

Kevin Durant Sacrifices Pay, Re-Signs With Golden State Warriors In Discounted Deal To Keep Team Intact

Kevin Durant has agreed to a two-year discounted deal with the Golden State Warriors to keep the NBA team intact. Durant takes $9 million less than his maximum contract and signs a $53 million deal, reports say. According to ESPN, the discounted rate for the 2017 NBA Finals MVP enables the Warriors to secure recruit new players and retain its talents. Warriors were able to produce the finances that paved the way to lock both Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston for three more seasons. If Durant demanded his maximum contract, the Warriors would lose Draymond Green or Klay Thompson, and...
CSN Bay Area Jul 3, 2017

Report: Durant's 2017-18 salary will be about $10 million below his max

Kevin Durant is going to save the Warriors' ownership group a lot of money in 2017-18.The 2017 NBA Finals MVP will reportedly sign a two-year deal that will be pay him $25 million in Year 1, according to multiple reports.The second year will reportedly be a player option -- just like the contract he signed last summer.The maximum amount Durant could make next season -- $34.5 million.Weeks ago, the report was that Durant was willing to take below the max in order for Golden State to keep Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston.

With core together, Warriors look to round out roster

The Warriors have already accomplished their top offseason objective: keep their core players together. Within the first 24 hours of free agency, Golden State agreed to bring back Stephen Curry on a record-setting five-year, $201 million deal, Shaun Livingston on a three-year, $24 million contract and Andre Iguodala on a three-year, $48 million deal. Some of the Warriors’ final four spots will be used on players Golden State fans know well. Odds are that Clark and McGee, both of whom figure to warrant far more than a minimum deal, will parlay productive seasons into sizable contracts...
Inquisitr Jul 3, 2017
Warriors Rumors: Golden State Signing Nick Young? Draymond Green Drops Hint

Warriors Rumors: Golden State Signing Nick Young? Draymond Green Drops Hint

The Golden State Warriors have kept their core intact during this free agency. Stephen Curry, Shaun Livingston and Andre Iguodala are signed to their new deals while Kevin Durant is expected to sign a new contract really soon. The latest rumors suggest that the Warriors could be adding a little swag by signing Nick Young. ESPN’s newest insider Adrian Wojnarowski first reported that the Warriors are interested in signing Nick Young as part of their $5.2 million exception. Young has played the last four seasons of his career with the Los Angeles Lakers. He averaged 13.2 points and shot 40.4...
Boston Herald Jul 1, 2017
The Latest: Point guards early big winners in free agency

The Latest: Point guards early big winners in free agency

The Latest on NBA free agency (all times Eastern):___10:30 a.m.Point guards are cashing in so far in NBA free agency — and Day 1 is still a long, long way from complete.Stephen Curry got $201 million from Golden State, Jrue Holiday got $126 million from New Orleans, Jeff Teague $57 million from Minnesota, Patty Mills $50 million from San Antonio and Shaun Livingston $24 million from the Warriors on Saturday.Add that up, and thats nearly a half-billion dollars in commitments to those five point guards alone.And that doesnt take into account the $168 million, four-year extension offer John...
Sun Herald Jul 1, 2017

Report: Shaun Livingston agrees to three-year, $24 million deal with Warriors

The Warriors locked in their star point guard, Stephen Curry, to the biggest contract in NBA history. Then they signed their backup point guard to reasonable deal soon after. Shaun …

Shaun Livingston signs 3-year, $24 million deal with Warriors

Shortly after signing Stephen Curry to the biggest contract in NBA history Friday night, the Warriors locked up his backup, Shaun Livingston, to a three-year, $24 million deal, according to ESPN’s Chris Haynes. The contract, which can’t be finalized until the end of the free-agent moratorium on July 7, is the biggest of Livingston’s 12-year NBA career. Though his scoring and assists were down, Livingston was still the same savvy facilitator who helped guide Golden State to its previous two NBA Finals appearances. The biggest question now is whether Iguodala, who is reportedly taking...
Golden State Of Mind Jul 1, 2017
Stephen Curry will be a Warrior for five more years!

Stephen Curry will be a Warrior for five more years!

The Warriors have finalized long-term deals with Stephen Curry and Shaun Livingston The Bay Area can breathe a sigh of relief. Stephen Curry isn’t going anywhere any time soon. The Warriors have re-signed both Curry and Shaun Livingston to multiple-year deals. Livingston will get $24 million over three years, while Curry will receive a “supermax” contract worth $201 million over five years with no player option. Stephen Curry has agreed to a 5-year, $201M deal with Golden State, agent Jeff Austin of Octagon tells ESPN. No... https://t.co/v8sOh909y7— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn)...
CSN Bay Area Jul 1, 2017

Report: Warriors, Shaun Livingston agree to three-year deal

A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that the Golden State Warriors have agreed to a three-year, $24 million deal with
Sun Herald Jul 1, 2017

AP Source: Warriors re-up Shaun Livingston for 3/$24M

A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that the Golden State Warriors have agreed to a three-year, $24 million deal with backup guard Shaun Livingston. The …
A Royal Pain Jul 1, 2017

Sacramento Kings Free Agency 2017: Kings should target Shaun Livingston

With free agency about to go into full swing, the Sacramento Kings have no shortage of holes to fill. Luckily, Shaun Livingston can fill more than one. With free agency on the cusp of beginning, the Sacramento Kings have plenty holes to fill. One of which is a veteran point guard to back up De’Aaron […] Sacramento Kings Free Agency 2017: Kings should target Shaun Livingston - A Royal Pain - A Royal Pain - A Sacramento Kings Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Warriors season review: James Michael McAdoo

Warriors season review: In the wake of the Warriors’ second NBA title in three years, The The 10th installment focuses on James Michael McAdoo, who still has a tough time cracking the rotation. 2016-17 statistics: 2.8 points and 1.7 rebounds in 8.8 minutes per game Of the six players left from the 2014-15 team that won Golden State’s first NBA title in 40 years, four are current or former All-Stars (Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala), one is perhaps the league’s best backup point guard (Shaun Livingston) and the other is a seldom-used reserve who has...

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