Shaun Livingston G GS 16 Days

Livingston scored eight points with three rebounds, four assists, one steal and two blocked shots in a season-high 28 minutes in Wednesday night's win over the Rockets.

The Warriors were without Andrew Bogut (knee) and David Lee (hamstring), which led to many stretches with a smaller lineup. The use of those smaller lineups resulted in more run than usual for Livingston.

Shaun Livingston G GS 18 Days

Livingston scored 12 points (5-8 FG, 2-2 FT) with six assists, five rebounds and four steals in 26 minutes off the bench Monday.

His court time isn't consistent enough for Livingston to have value in a lot of leagues, but on nights when he gets some run he's still capable of putting up very useful numbers.

Shaun Livingston G GS 30 Days

Livingston played a season-high 27 minutes in Wednesday night's win over the Magic. He scored 15 points, also a season high, with three rebounds, five assists and a steal in the win.

The Warriors had a big lead early and coasted to the win Wednesday, affording lots of playing time for the reserve unit. Livingston averages 15.6 minutes per game, so Wednesday night's playing time should be viewed as an anomaly.

Shaun Livingston G GS 1 Month

Livingston played 13 minutes and scored four points with two rebounds and two assists in Thursday night's win over Brooklyn.

Livingston, who had offseason toe surgery, has slowly ramped up his playing time but is not getting nearly enough run to be of much fantasy use. On a good night, usually in a blowout, he's getting 18-to-20 minutes. On a normal night, he's in the 13-to-16 minute range. There's only so much playing time available to him with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson ahead of him. Additionally, head coach Steve Kerr needs to figure out the second unit where Andre Iguodala needs minutes and a role.

Shaun Livingston G GS 2 Months

Livingston played a season-high 19 minutes in Wednesday night's win over the Clippers. With the increased playing time comes production, as Livingston had six points and six assists.

Livingston is ramping up after offseason toe surgery. Now that he's capable of handling a bigger playing-time load, we'll get a better read on how head coach Steve Kerr plans to use Livingston. Wednesday's blowout win distorted the rotation a bit, so we'd like to see how Livingston's deployed in a close game.

Shaun Livingston G GS 2 Months

Livingston played a little over 16 minutes in the Warriors' victory over the Trail Blazers, adding 3 turnovers and 2 assists during his time on the court.

While this stat line is not indicative of Livingston's overall value, it certainly does not help his case. It seems as though he's having trouble adjusting to his new role on the team. Stay tuned to see if Livingston can develop some consistency over the next few games before taking a look at him.

Shaun Livingston G GS 2 Months

Livingston played 11 minutes in Saturday night's win over the Lakers. After recovering from offseason toe surgery, Livingston had a four-minute cameo on the season opener Wednesday.

Livingston's not quite ready for a larger role in the Warriors' rotation, but he's expected to have one when completely healthy. He finished with two points, two rebounds, one assist, one steal and one blocked shot.

Shaun Livingston G GS 2 Months

Livingston can play in five-minute stretches at this point in the season, according to coach Steve Kerr, the San Francisco Chronicle's Rusty Simmons reports.

Kerr said Livingston has picked up the offense well from watching on the sideline, and he should play more than the four minutes he saw Wednesday going forward. Look for Livingston to see between 24-30 mpg when he's at 100 percent.

Shaun Livingston G GS 2 Months

Livingston (toe) played four minutes in Wednesday night's season-opening 95-77 win over the Kings.

Livingston spent all of training camp and the preseason recovering from offseason toe surgery and was listed as doubtful to play Wednesday, but got some garbage-time action. We'll see how he responds to the limited run Wednesday as the Warriors prepare for the next game Saturday night at home against the Lakers.

Shaun Livingston G GS 2 Months

Livingston (toe) is expected to make his 2014-15 debut Saturday against the Lakers, Mark J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports reports.

Livingston's toe injury kept him out of Wednesday's season opener, but it isn't expected to keep him on the shelf beyond the weekend slate of games. He'll likely serve as the backup to Stephen Curry, with his presence in the lineup diminishing the roles of other Warriors' reserve ball-handlers, such as Leandro Barbosa.