Shaun Livingston

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  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston (left knee soreness) is questionable for Game 2 on Monday.

    Livingston played 12 minutes in Game 1, and while he is the team's primary backup point guard and a valuable perimeter defender, it's unlikely that an absence would affect things too much. Quinn Cook would need to step up if Livingston can't play tonight.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston (rest) sat out Wednesday's season finale, ending 2018-19 with 331/322 8/9-cat per-game value in 15.1 minutes per game for the Warriors.

    Livingston saw a dip in usage as expected this season and with just averages of 4.0 points and 1.8 rebounds to his name, it was hard to see him find any relevance in fantasy.

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston will miss Wednesday’s final game of the season against the Grizzlies.

    Livingston logged 19 minutes in Tuesday so the Warriors are just giving their veteran guard a maintenance day. Quinn Cook, Damion Lee and rookie guard Jakob Evans will see plenty of minutes tonight.

    Source: Michael Wallace on Twitter

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston (left knee contusion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Clippers.

    Livingston did not travel with the Warriors for Thursday's game against the Lakers, so it's unlikely he plays for this one. The Warriors want to make sure their roster is healthy for when games start mattering.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston (rest) is not traveling with the Warriors to play the Lakers on Thursday.

    Andrew Bogut (rest) will join Livingston on the sidelines, as Golden State tries to get their guys rest where they can to finish out the year. The Warriors play again Friday, both of these guys can be considered probable for that one.

    Source: Mark Medina on Twitter

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston returned from Saturday's rest day with eight points on a perfect 4-of-4 shooting in 16 minutes on Sunday night.

    Livingston isn't a fantasy option and we'd expect to see him get at least one more game off from here on out. Again, not like it matters for fantasy players.

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston (rest) will not play on Saturday.

    Livingston and Andrew Bogut will get the night off. Their absences don't mean much for fantasy owners, but it does make Quinn Cook a viable DFS punt if you're feeling lucky. Andre Iguodala is on the board as well with some minutes at point guard headed his way.

    Source: Anthony Slater on Twitter

  • Stephen Curry
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Steph Curry (rest) will not play on Saturday vs. the Mavs.

    This is the front end of a back-to-back so we’re not surprised Curry is getting a day off in this five-game week. He should be out there for Sunday’s game. With Shaun Livingston and Andrew Bogut also out for rest, Quinn Cook and Andre Iguodala will get more run, though neither is a long-term play.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston (rest) will not play on Tuesday.

    The Warriors are on the second leg of a back-to-back, so it's not surprising to see the veteran get the night off. Quinn Cook will handle the backup point guard work by himself tonight.

    Source: Mark Medina on Twitter

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston (undisclosed) is questionable to face the Wolves on Tuesday.

    There wasn't a specified injury for Livingston, but it looks like he may not suit up tonight. Quinn Cook would likely pick up a few additional minutes as the backup PG if Livingston can't suit up on Tuesday.

    Source: Warriors PR on Twitter

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston quietly posted two points and three assists in 13 minutes on Friday, his first game back after missing Tuesday's tilt with neck soreness.

    Livingston is only worth a look in ultra-deep leagues. His value is hard capped while all the Warriors' starters are healthy and playing.

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston (neck spasms) and Kevon Looney (right pelvic soreness) are available to play on Friday vs. the Nuggets.

    Neither Livingston nor Looney are great options for tonight or season-long. They can be left on the wire.

    Source: NBA.com

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston (neck spasms) is expected to return from a one-game absence Friday vs. the Nuggets.

    Livingston's return will bolster a thinned out back court that has also been missing Klay Thompson for two games. With both guys back Friday for a high-profile game with playoff seeding implications vs. the Nuggets, the Warriors will be better equipped to defend the bevy of guards and wing players Denver will run at them. Livingston, however, holds no fantasy value and should be left on the wire

    Source: Monte Poole on Twitter

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston (neck spasms) missed practice Wednesday and is questionable for Friday's game vs. the Nuggets.

    Livingston missed Tuesday's game vs. Boston with the same issue, so we'll see how his neck responds over the next two days. If he remains out, Quinn Cook will fill the backup point guard role, but he would only be worth a look as a deep league streamer for scoring, assists and threes in what will be a high paced affair vs. Denver.

    Source: Anthony Slater on Twitter

  • Shaun Livingston
    G, Golden State Warriors

    Shaun Livingston (neck spasms) will not play in Tuesday's game against the Celtics.

    Livingston wasn't on the injury report but a few reporters went digging for answers when he wasn't on the bench to start the game. He's not a fantasy factor and we should see more Quinn Cook tonight as a result of his injury.

    Source: Tim Bontemps on Twitter