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Anthony Slater: Both Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston likely to return tomorrow vs Grizzlies.
Nick Friedell: Shaun Livingston has a pelvic contusion, according to the Warriors. He will be re-evaluated on Thursday.
Mark Medina: Warriors rule out Stephen Curry for tomorrow vs Clippers. Draymond Green and Shaun Livingston are questionable
Mark Medina: Shaun Livingston practicing today
Anthony Slater: Draymond Green is out for tomorrow’s Bucks game with a right toe sprain. Shaun Livingston also still out. Andre Iguodala will play.
Anthony Slater: Shaun Livingston “getting better,” Steve Kerr says, but still won’t be ready to return tomorrow vs Grizzlies. Out with a foot issue.
Nick Friedell: Shaun Livingston (foot soreness) will not play vs. Minnesota. Steve Kerr says Livingston is feeling better but is still day-to-day.
Connor Letourneau: Shaun Livingston expects to miss a couple more games with that foot issue. Has already been ruled out for tonight’s matchup against Minnesota.
Warriors point guard Shaun Livingston has been ruled out of Wednesday night’s game against the Pelicans at Oracle Arena with right foot soreness. It is the third straight game Golden State will be without Livingston, who has dealt with soreness in his right foot since Golden State’s preseason finale Oct. 12 against the Lakers in San Jose. His absence has freed up more time for Quinn Cook, Andre Iguodala, Alfonzo McKinnie and even rookie Jacob Evans.
During the final preseason game in San Jose, Shaun Livingston played in some old Hyperdunks. He regrets that shoe choice. After the game, the outside part of his right foot felt sore. More than two weeks later, it still feels sore. So Livingston has temporarily shut it down. He missed the final two games on this road trip and, pregame, told The Athletic that he’s likely to miss a few more and may go for an MRI in the coming days. It’s precautionary, Livingston said, a minor issue he wants to get resolved now so it doesn’t become a major one at an inopportune time.
Anthony Slater: Shaun Livingston tells The Athletic that his foot issue started in the last preseason game in San Jose. It’s been bothering him since. May get another MRI soon. He expects to miss a few more games, but thinks it’s a minor issue. Wants to get it rested/healed now.
Connor Letourneau: Shaun Livingston (foot) will miss tonight’s game and is day-to-day moving forward, Kerr said.
Connor Letourneau: Shaun Livingston won’t play vs. the Nets tonight.
Connor Letourneau: Shaun Livingston (knee contusion) is out tonight.
Anthony Slater: Shaun Livingston out tonight in Denver with left knee contusion. Looks like Andre Iguodala will return, though. Missed last game in Utah with left calf tightness.
Monte Poole: Shaun Livingston also out today with an unspecified ‘tweak.’ Also expected to be ok for @Warriors opener Tuesday. Has had some hip discomfort.
Connor Letourneau: Shaun Livingston (hip) is good to go tonight. Damian Jones will start at C, and Jordan Bell gets the nod at PF.
Mark Medina: Warriors say that Shaun Livingston will be available to play in Game 4 today against the Spurs. He sprained his left ankle toward the end of Game 3.
Mark Medina: Andre Iguodala will be available to play tonight vs. New Orleans. Shaun Livingston will be out (right knee soreness). Kerr suggested the two will swap availabilities tomorrow in Phoenix.
Connor Letourneau: Kerr said Iguodala and Livingston are questionable. Said there’s a “good chance” he plays one of them tonight and the other tomorrow vs. Phoenix.
Warriors guard Shaun Livingston (sore right knee) is expected to return to action on Christmas against Cleveland, a source told ESPN’s The Undefeated.
Connor Letourneau: Green (shoulder) and Livingston (knee) are out tomorrow vs. Lakers. Pachulia (shoulder) is doubtful.
Tim Bontemps: Warriors say Matt Barnes is probable and Shaun Livingston is questionable for Game 1 against Utah tomorrow night.
The Golden State Warriors hope to get injured reserves Shaun Livingston and Matt Barnes back from injuries for the second round of the playoffs after having more than a week off between series. The Warriors said Saturday that Barnes has been upgraded to probable for Tuesday night’s Game 1. Livingston remains questionable but is hopeful that he will be ready to return. Star forward Kevin Durant is expected to be a full go after missing two games and being limited to 20 minutes in Game 4 of the previous round because of a strained left calf.
Golden State begins the second round at home on Tuesday against the winner of Sunday’s Game 7 between the Los Angeles Clippers and Utah Jazz. The Warriors have been off since they swept the Trail Blazers on Monday, which gave them more than a week between games. “I’m trying to make sure I rest it as much as I possibly can because when I do come back, I plan on staying all the way back,” Livingston said Saturday. “Hopefully it will be ready for Tuesday.”
The Golden State Warriors hope to get injured reserves Shaun Livingston and Matt Barnes back from injuries for the second round of the playoffs after getting more than a week off between series. The Warriors said Saturday that Barnes has been upgraded to probable for Tuesday night’s Game 1 and Livingston remains questionable but is hopeful he will be ready to return.
Tim Bontemps: Warriors announce Kevin Durant is available to play tonight. Shaun Livingston and Matt Barnes remain out.
Additionally, Shaun Livingston (right index finger sprain) and Matt Barnes (right ankle/foot sprain) are questionable for Game 4.
Ailene Voisin: Steve Kerr says Durant will not play. Barnes, Livingston also sitting, but the two reserves expected to be ready for Game 3. KD is day/day.
Connor Letourneau: Warriors announce that Shaun Livingston will rest tonight in Minnesota.
Anthony Slater: Shaun Livingston is back tonight vs the Kings. Missed past two games with a back strain.
Connor Letourneau: Draymond Green (left shoulder contusion) is probable for tomorrow’s game. Shaun Livingston (mid-back strain) is questionable.
Chris Haynes: Golden State Warriors say Shaun Livingston (mid-back strain) will not play tonight versus Charlotte Hornets.
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Despite the Knicks’ clear lack of confidence in Ntilikina, teams have inquired about the 20-year-old, with the Magic and Suns expressing interest, according to a source. And this is where it gets interesting. There seems to be a debate within the Knicks on whether to deal Ntilikina. He was drafted by Mills and has supporters in the front office.
Defense remains an issue for Kanter but his skillset — top-level rebounding and inside scoring — is such that he can help a playoff team off the bench. The Knicks are actively trying to deal the 26-year-old international, who is coping with a very public and emotionally taxing battle with the Turkish government. Kanter has an $18 million expiring contract that could be a vehicle to acquiring an asset (draft pick, young player), which is the Knicks’ preference. However, the market has not been robust. There had been preliminary discussions involving the Knicks taking back Jabari Parker, but there needed to be a third team to take Kanter.
Kristian Winfield: Nets have officially requested waivers on Kenneth Faried. If he clears waivers after 48 hours, he’ll officially become an unrestricted free agent. Multiple reports suggest Faried is headed to Houston.
Adam Zagoria: Nets officially waive Kenneth Faried. @Adrian Wojnarowski says he’s agreed to a deal with Houston. pic.twitter.com/AExISXlGJL
It was a show before the show as approximately 70-80 NBA professionals — front-office personnel, scouts, agents, photographers, videographers and writers — camped tightly along the sideline and baseline to watch DeMarcus Cousins warm up. When Cousins emerged from the locker room to take the court and saw the massive crowd awaiting his arrival, he shook his head. “That [expletive] was crazy,” Cousins told Yahoo Sports an hour before making his season debut Friday against the Los Angeles Clippers after being sidelined for nearly a year because of a torn left Achilles tendon. “I’ve been in the NBA for how many years? It’s never been like that for me before.”