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29. Shaun Livingston
Although he didn’t spend the bulk of his career with the Warriors, Shaun Livingston came into the organization and immediately provided a spark. His veteran leadership helped propel the Warriors to multiple titles.
After suffering what would be a career-ending injury for most, Livingston rebounded. He played with several teams till he finished his career with Golden State. Livingston was with the Warriors from 2014-19, helping achieve half of the organization’s titles in that span.
The Warriors would’ve likely won the last two without Livingston, but he was an instrumental piece in the 2015 championship.
With Golden State, Livingston had relatively unimpressive averages of 5.4 points, 2.4 assists, and 2.0 rebounds per game. However, he did shoot 52% and had an automatic mid-range jumper that certainly helped solidify his role.