Livingston's shoulder feels better
Battling for a loose ball with Bucks guard Michael Redd, Livingston felt a twinge in his right shoulder when Redd tugged on his forearm. Livingston had earlier suffered a partial dislocation and torn cartilage in that same shoulder, causing him to miss 13 games.
"It was real sore after he did it, but it calmed down," Livingston said.
"I want to get a little bit more comfortable and little bit more loose, a little more decisive, rather than being like a robot out there," Livingston said.
It is nice hearing that his shoulder is feeling good. It has been really fun watching Livingston handle the ball and gaining experience from each game.In the three games he has played since returning from shoulder injury, Livingston has displayed strong passing skills.