The Golden State Warriors, in attempt to get another back-up point guard behind star Stephen Curry, have signed former Brooklyn Net, Shaun Livingston. This is according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo.
Yahoo Sources: Golden State, Shaun Livingston agree on a 3-year, $16M free agent deal. http://t.co/tcRVpBQYaz
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 2, 2014
Livingston, 28, turned in a very productive season as a back-up to Deron Williams, averaging 8.3 PPG, 3.2 APG, and 3.2 RPG. He also played in 76 games, a career high for the often injured guard.
Ever since Jarrett Jack left last off-season, the Warriors have failed to find a steady back-up behind Curry. Jordan Crawford did not work out, Toney Douglas proved his incompetency, and management did not express interest in bringing back Steve Blake.
The Warriors will continue their off-season as they look for ways to get Kevin Love away from the Minnesota Timberwolves. Stay tuned.