Exactly. Anyone heard if other teams are giving him the invite?KB24@CL wrote:I would definitely want to see him in the camp...if he sucks cut him but don't miss out on the chance to steal a potential starting PG in the NBA...
he might be done, might not be done. Its no risk, high reward so we would be nuts not to give it a shot.
LakersFan1211 wrote:Going into training camp in October, it would appear that the Lakers’ backcourt is crammed past capacity.
Locked in for jobs are Kobe Bryant, Derek Fisher, Jordan Farmar and Sasha Vujacic. Battling for jobs will be Coby Karl, Joe Crawford, Dwayne Mitchell and Sun Yue.
But as crowded as the guard spot appears to be, it would not hurt the Lakers to take a long look at Shaun Livingston, who has been playing five-on-five, for at least the past week and a half, at fitness trainer Tim Grover’s Attack Athletics facility in Chicago.
Clippers athletic trainer Jasen Powell confirmed Wednesday that Livingston has progressed to playing full-scale, full-court pickup games with the contingent of 20 or so NBA players that work out regularly at Grover’s site.
The 22-year old Livingston has spent the bulk of this summer working out there, primarily because the Clippers declined to extend a qualifying offer to him for the 2008-2009 season, then subsequently renounced their rights to him. Livingston is an unrestricted free agent.
http://lakers.freedomblogging.com/2008/ ... not-shaun/
I don't mind adding him.
Weezy wrote:I definitely think he's worth a look. He's only 22 years old, and as bad as his injury was, I think he's young enough to at least attempt to come back from it. They could invite him to camp and just see what happens.
LDR wrote:nimannn wrote:Hell yes. He probably won't ever recover from that knee injury but taking a chance on him has the chance to have a SIGNIFICANTLY bigger payoff than anything that Yue and Crawford will be able to provide.
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