Steve Kerr hopes Shaun Livingston will be involved with Warriors after playing career is over
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr hopes Shaun Livingston will be involved with the organization after his playing career is over.
Livingston currently is an unrestricted free agent. He spent the previous five seasons with the Warriors, winning three titles along the way, and Kerr wants him back in the future:
“He’s somebody I’m hoping can be involved with our organization for many years to come,” Kerr said, via NBC Sports Bay Area. “That would be the plan if we can pull it off, but he’s got to get away right now and get some freedom, enjoy his family before he figures out what’s next.”
Back in April, Livingston said he wants to take a year off to just chill and step away from basketball once he retires, but that after that year is over, working in a front office role would suit him very well.
The Warriors would love to bring Livingston aboard in the near future. The traveling isn’t as hectic when you work for a team’s front office, where you do more behind the scenes stuff. It’s a role Livingston believes he could thrive in.
In 367 career games with the Warriors, Livingston averaged 5.4 points, 2.0 rebounds and 2.4 assists. He will always be loved by Warriors fans.