Shaun Livingston G GS 2 Days

Livingston's return date from toe surgery is unclear at this point, Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports reports.

Livingston sprained his big toe back in July, which ended up requiring surgery after it wasn't healing on its own. He was initially given a minimum 6-8 week timetable for return, but it sounds like that would be optimistic at this point.

Shaun Livingston G GS 1 Month

Livingston (toe) had arthroscopic surgery and is expected to miss a minimum of 6-8 weeks, Yahoo! Sports reports.

Livingston sprained his left big toe back in July and it apparently wasn't healing on its own, thus requiring surgery. With the 2014-15 season still a ways down the road, the 28-year-old will likely have enough time to recover without missing any crucial parts of training camp.

Shaun Livingston G GS 2 Months

Shaun Livingston will miss the next 3-4 weeks with a sprained right big toe he injured during the playoffs.

Livingston doesn't need the offseason work like a younger player and the only concern here is if the situation lingers into the preseason. We'll let you know if that is the case.

Shaun Livingston G GS 2 Months

The Warriors officially signed Shaun Livingston to a three-year, $16 million deal on Friday.

Livingston averaged 8.3 points, 3.2 assists, 3.2 rebounds and 1.2 steals with the Nets last season, and he'll play both guard positions off the Warriors' bench this season. In other news, Golden State's $9.8 million traded-player exception expired on Thursday without being used, likely because LeBron James' indecision has frozen most trade talks and negotiations.

Shaun Livingston G GS 3 Months

Combo guard Shaun Livingston will sign with the Warriors for three years and $16 million, according to Yahoo! Sports.

We had Livingston tied to the Warriors about 20 hours ago and it appears to be happening. They're not going to bring back Jordan Crawford and Steve Blake, so the need for a solid combo guard was apparent. Livingston's return from a devastating knee injury is one of the league's best stories of all time, and he could be an exciting player off the bench for the Warriors next season.

Shaun Livingston G GS 3 Months

The Warriors are said to be desperately looking for a back up guard, with names like Shaun Livingston, Darren Collison, Patty Mills, Ramon Sessions, Mario Chalmers and Rodney Stuckey all in the mix.

All of the aforementioned should be in the Warriors' price range and they need a combo guard, as they're not bringing back Jordan Crawford or Steve Blake, leaving only Nemanja Nedovic as a back up guard.

Shaun Livingston G GS 3 Months

Free agent point guard Shaun Livingston is a name to "watch" for Wolves fans according to Jon Krawczynski.

Livingston had a nice season and will likely get good interest on the free agent market. This is firmly in the rumor stage right now.

Shaun Livingston G GS 3 Months

The Sacramento Kings are reportedly interested in signing unrestricted free agent Shaun Livingston as their starting point guard.

With restricted free agent Isaiah Thomas' future in Sacramento still undecided, the 28-year-old Livingston could serve as the Kings' Plan B if Thomas receives an offer they don't want to match. There have also been rumblings about moving Thomas to a super sixth man role or even trading him, so it's also possible that Livingston could serve as Sacramento's Plan A here. He averaged 8.3 points, 2.7 rebounds, 3.4 dimes, and 1.2 steals for the Nets last season and would become an interesting fantasy option if he found himself starting for the Kings.

Shaun Livingston G GS 4 Months

The Nets would like to retain free agency-bound Shaun Livingston, but may be priced out of retaining his services according to sources.

Livingston served as a solid (and healthy) backcourt option for the Nets this season and averaged 8.3 points, 2.7 boards, 3.4 assists, and 1.2 steals over 76 regular season games. The Nets want to hang onto the 28-year-old, but don't have a lot of cap space and will need Livingston to take a steep hometown discount to have any chance of re-signing him.

Shaun Livingston G GS 5 Months

Shaun Livingston will return to the Nets' starting lineup for Tuesday's Game 1 matchup vs. the Heat, sending Alan Anderson back to the bench.

"We're going back to how we were," said coach Jason Kidd, who started Anderson at SG for Games 6 and 7 vs. the Raptors in the first round. Livingston averaged only 14 minutes per game in those contests, but vs. the Heat he should get closer to the 26 minutes he played during the regular season.