Shaun Patrick Livingston is a professional American football player. He is currently associated with the Golden State Warriors of NBA, National Basketball Association.

His entry to the league was direct from his school.

He was selected with 4th overall pick in the first round of NBA draft 2004 by the Los Angeles Clippers.

He later suffered a bad knee injury and had to be away from the court for over one and half years.

After recovery from the injury, he played with Brooklyn Nets, Milwaukee Bucks, Oklahoma City Thunder, Washington Wizards, Miami Heat as well as Charlotte Bobcats.

He has bagged the NBA Championship in 2015 with the Golden Gate team.

Shaun Livingston was born in the year 1985, September 11, in Peoria, Illinois. He went to Concordia Lutheran Grade School. He led his school to 1999 and 2000 state titles of LSA.

He later moved to Richwood’s High School where he played the competitive basket ball for about 2 years and later moved on to Peoria Central High School. It was here, Livingston led his school to Class AA grade state titles in the year 2003 and 2004.

With all his achievements and talents in the basketball play, he was entitled as Illinois Mr. Basketball in the year 2004.

In the year 2014, he played for McDonalds High School All American game and was entitled co-MVP of the game

. For his stupendous contribution to the tournament in the year 2007, Livingston was elected as one amongst the 100 Legends of the IHSA Boys Basketball Tournament.

Later he signed contract with Dukes for College Basketball, but later changed his decision and later joined 2014 NBA draft where he was the 4th overall pick.

The estimated net worth of Livingston is about 16 million dollars.

Currently he is associated with Golden State Warriors as number 34, serving as Point guard and Shooting guard.

Quick Summary:

Full name: Shaun Patrick Livingston

Date of birth: September 11, 1985

Birth place: Peoria, Illinois

Age: 34 Years

Profession: Basketball player

Height: 2.01 m

Weight: 87 kg

Net worth:16 million dollars