Shaun is 6'7. But nevertheless he is very talented. From the few games I've watched of him he's been pretty good especially considering he came out of high school last year. He seems so smooth on the court and his defense is solid. I am also concerned about his health, but this is just his first season. I'll give him a couple more years to see if he can last a whole NBA season.J Pops said:if shaun can stay healthy he'll develop into something special. i wish we could have seen more from him because he is extremely talented at 6'9 to run the point and see the floor so well.
Maybe not a Penny, more like a Ron Harper (a healthy one). More than likely, probably somewhere in between both players. He has abilities of both, but I see more of a Harper. I'm not insulting Livingston. I think Ron Harper was a very good shooting guard before his injuries, and then became a thinking man's point guard. Shaun could be an amalgam of an early athletic Harper with great basketball sense.Pinball said:Just judging by his size and his skillset, he looks to be the "next Penny". Don't be jealous John, it was bound to happen. :biggrin:
I hope you're right. Livingston reminds me of old school players.compsciguy78 said:I think Livingston has more skills than Harper and Penny for his age. Harper was athletic, but Shaun has more ball handling and passing skills.
If I could take any young PG in the league to start my ballclub with, Livingston would be the #1 pick. This includes guys like Hinrich, Jameer Nelson, Delonte West and the new picks coming out this year.
Where did the other 5% go?This team is absolutely horrible. yet i am behind them 95%!!