Former lottery pick Shaun Livingston will become a free agent next week when the Clippers decline to tender him a qualifying offer. But Livingston, who is still rehabilitating from a devastating knee injury, is too much of a medical risk for a team that is hoping to add a starting-caliber point guard.
If he can get healthy he will be back in Feb. Some lottery bound team will sign him and see if he can cut it. Guy just needs to recover his confidence once he's heathly, some team will give him atleast a couple 10 day deals.
His career is over. The chances of a team being willing to invest a million plus dollars into his comeback are remote.
If the Clippers go through and make him an unrestricted Free Agent (deny him the qualifying offer), they'll be atleast 20 teams that will call his agent inquiring about his services for the right price. Believe that.
He'll fetch at worst a Lower Level Exception(2yrs 2.5 Million) deal if he passes physical. Someone will bite.