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|DraftExpress: RT @chadfordinsider: Corrected deal: Bucks get Beno, Stephen Jackson, Shaun Livingston & 19. Bobcats get pick 7 & Maggette. Kings get 1 ...|
|Lineups: Javale McGee, Amir Johnson, Nick Young, Marcus Coleman vs Julian Wright, Shaun Livingston, Brandon Jennings, Pooh Jeter,Bobby Brown|
|Amir Johnson, Shaun Livingston, Julian Wright, Bobby Brown, Pooh Jeter are here now too. Good amount of talent for a pickup game I'd say...|
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H: 6' 7"|
W: 186 lbs
(29 Years Old)
|RSCI: 2||Current Salary:$1,272,279 ||
High School: Peoria Central
Hometown: Peoria, IL
Pick 4 in 2004 by Clippers
|Year||Source||Height w/o Shoes||Height w/shoes||Weight||Wingspan||Standing Reach||Body Fat||No Step Vert||Max Vert|
|2004||NBA Pre-Draft Camp||6' 6.25"||6' 7.5"||186||6' 11"||8' 9.5"||NA||26.5||30.0|
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|2014/15||NBA||Shaun Livingston||13||14.8||3.3||1.4||3.3||41.9||1.4||3.3||41.9||0.0||0.0|| ||0.5||0.6||87.5||0.5||0.9||1.4||2.1||0.5||0.2||1.2||1.1|
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NBA Scouting Reports, Pacific Division (Part One)|
July 31, 2008
Overview: A talented young prospect who will have to bounce back from a devastating knee injury. Entered the league straight out of his school and was just starting to show his potential before suffering a serious injury. Extremely tall for a point guard. Very skinny. Needs to add bulk to his frame. Has pretty solid quickness. Isnít a great shooter by any stretch of the imagination. Not really much of a scoring threat. Doesnít get to the free throw line at a great rate. Makes an impact on the offensive end by using his point guard skills. Can make plays for others. Has good ball handling skills. Sees the court very well. Can make passes that shorter points guards canít. Rebounds the ball fairly well for his position. Developed his point guard skills at Peoria Central High School before declaring for the draft. May have to redefine his game once he returns. Could definitely stand to improve his jumper. Faces an uphill battle.
Offense: Gets most of his touches in pick and roll situations, but will also do some damage one-on-one and in transition. Displays a good looking jumper off the dribble (particularly from short and mid-range distances), but is a very mediocre spot up shooter. He seems to push the ball and turn his body on his release, which may be the primary driver of his struggles from the perimeter. Isnít much of threat beyond the arc. Does a good job hitting shots off the dribble with a hand in his face, but his height allows him to shoot over most defenders he is matched up with. Decent finisher at the rim. Extremely creative. Needs to improve from the foul line. Displays impressive point guard skills. Possesses a deceptive first step, solid ball handling ability, and the ability to find the open man. His height advantage allows him to see the floor well and make passes than other point guards canít. Still a bit turnover prone, but doesnít make as many big mistakes as most floor generals his age. Runs the pick and roll like a veteran. Creates passing lanes and executes. Doesnít have to turn the corner to find space due to his size. Displays an intriguing skill set for his size, but needs to improve his spot up jumper.
Defense: A solid defensive player for his age, who may not be the same when he returns from his injury. Has the quickness to make his length as factor. Great shot blocker for a point guard due to his size. Doesnít always contest shots on the ball, but was getting better as he progressed. Displayed good anticipation when defending off the ball. Solid rebounder for his position, but not his height. Will get in a good stance and give effort. Had the potential to be very good defensively. Could still have it.
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