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November 13, 2005 | Jason Reid, Times Staff Writer
The return of forward Corey Maggette last week prompted forward Elton Brand to look to the future. The Clippers are still awaiting the season debut of backup point guard Shaun Livingston, who has been sidelined since training camp because of back problems, and Brand said he believed the team could move up into the NBA's elite once the talented second-year player recovered.
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February 26, 2007 | Jason Reid, Times Staff Writer
Now that's what the Clippers want from Shaun Livingston. Livingston scored 14 points and had a career-high 14 assists in Saturday's 103-90 victory over the Golden State Warriors at Staples Center. Livingston's aggressive play helped the Clippers end a losing streak at four games, and Coach Mike Dunleavy was pleased with the performance of the third-year point guard. "He had a couple of really good days in practice, as far as being more aggressive, exploring and then making good decisions ...
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April 7, 2006 | Jason Reid, Times Staff Writer
Point guard Shaun Livingston has impressed while playing behind 13-year veteran Sam Cassell. Livingston, 20, has continued to develop as a leader and strong defender, the Clippers said, and the team has benefited. "Shaun has really been mentored by Sam," swingman Corey Maggette said. "Just by watching Sam, Shaun has gotten better, and you can see it. "Sam is not going to be in the league forever, and he's been preparing Shaun and helping him out.
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February 15, 2005 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Shaun Livingston continued to draw rave reviews Monday after his seamless return to the lineup in Sunday's 109-106 loss at Toronto. "He just has an incredibly great gift of vision and feel," Coach Mike Dunleavy said of the rookie point guard, who made four of five shots, scored 10 points and had a season-high nine assists in 26 minutes after sitting out the previous 39 games because of a dislocated right kneecap.
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January 16, 2008 | Jonathan Abrams, Times Staff Writer
For all the sitting and watching he is doing, Shaun Livingston hopes it will make him a better player. Still rehabilitating from a serious knee injury, Livingston said he is watching plenty of game footage and is confident it will transform him into a more intuitive player when he returns, possibly in mid- to late March. "I think the game will be easier and slow down, once I get back into rhythm," he said.
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December 22, 2005 | Mike Terry, Times Staff Writer
The more he plays, the more confident Shaun Livingston thinks the stress reaction in his lower back that caused him to miss the first 21 games is in the past. "The back feels good. No problem," Livingston said. "I try to keep it that way, but it definitely feels good." Before Wednesday, Livingston had come off the bench. Against the Indiana Pacers, he was in the starting lineup in place of the injured Quinton Ross.
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November 30, 2008 | Lisa Dillman, Dillman is a Times staff writer.
He was standing, in civilian garb, in the Staples Center corridor outside the visitors' locker room. But even if Miami Heat point guard Shaun Livingston was inactive for Saturday night's game against his former Clippers teammates, simply seeing him back in his old haunt was one of those feel-good NBA moments. It had nothing to do with winning or losing. "It's great," Livingston said before the game. "Memories. Memories, just talking to guys, mostly the staff. You know, this is a new team.
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February 28, 2007 | Jason Reid, Times Staff Writer
Confirming their worst fears, the Clippers on Tuesday learned that point guard Shaun Livingston might miss the entire 2007-08 season after suffering potentially career-ending knee damage.
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February 3, 2005 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Shaun Livingston is expected to resume his rookie season this month, though the Clippers have not yet revealed a timetable for his return. "I think they're going to see how it feels, see how he feels, and go with that," Livingston's agent, Henry Thomas, said this week. "There's no rush. If it's after the All-Star break, that'll be all right ... if it's not feeling right [before then]."
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December 10, 2005 | Pete Thomas, Times Staff Writer
Shaun Livingston, who has been sidelined all season because of a stress reaction in his lower back, participated in contact drills on Friday for the first time since last season and afterward said he was pain-free. "It felt good," said the 6-foot-7 point guard, who played in only 30 games because of other injuries in 2004-05, his rookie season with the Clippers.
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