Livingston has only played 145 games in his three NBA seasons.
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2006-07:
  • 40-42, 4th place in the Pacific Division
Key Rotation Players Returning:
  • F: Elton Brand
  • G: Cuttino Mobley
  • G: Sam Cassell
  • F: Tim Thomas
  • C: Chris Kaman
  • F: Corey Maggette
  • G: Shaun Livingston
Free Agents:
  • G: Daniel Ewing

  • F: James Singleton
Options:
  • F: Quinton Ross (Team)
Needs:
  • Front Court Depth
  • Consistency
  • Shooters
  • Point Guard Depth
Analysis:
After a Second Round playoff appearance in 2006, the Clippers failed to even make the post season in 2007. The scoring averages of Elton Brand, Corey Maggette, Sam Cassell, Cuttino Mobley and Chris Kaman all dropped. The season came down to the last few weeks but after losing to Sacramento and then New Orleans in the final days of the season, a playoff spot became an impossibility. Injuries to Sam Cassell and Shaun Livingston forced the team to make adjustments throughout the season. They finished with the best record of any non -playoff team and will have the 14th and 45th picks in this year’s draft.
2006
34. Paul Davis
52. Guillermo Diaz

2005
12. Yaroslav Korolev
32. Daniel Ewing

2004
4. Shaun Livingston
33. Lionel Chalmers

Clippers
Player 1 Player 2 Player 3 Player 4 Player 5 + - +/- Min +/- /Min G
S. Cassell T. Thomas E. Brand C. Maggette Q. Ross 220 -182 38 86:22 .439 20
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From The Media:
"This draft is considered key for the Clippers because they lack depth on the wing. Clippers forward Corey Maggette could terminate the final year of his contract and become a free agent after next season, so the Clippers are expected to draft a perimeter player."
-- Jason Reid, L.A. Times

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