Shaun Livingston has been a solid point guard for the Nets this season and he has looked even better of late as the Nets have gotten hot — in his last 5 games he has averaged 11.8 points on 53 percent shooting, plus dishing out four assists a game. He is a quality veteran backup point guard now. Which considering the injury ravaged start to his career — his 2007 knee injury was as bad as you will ever see — and the long road back it is a great accomplishment to be at this level (and a lot of people around the league are rooting for him). That quality play is going to get him a nice payday as a free agent this summer, a number of teams will be interested. And those teams will offer more money than the Nets can — Brooklyn is hamstrung by being so far over the salary cap.
Shaun Livingston has played his way to a payday the Nets can’t offer
Pro Basketball Talk | Mar 19