The Golden State Warriors headed into this off season having won 51 games, but lost in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs. A problem for the Warriors was injuries, as only six players appeared in 70 or more games and two key players, David Lee and Andre Iguodala missed significant time. In an attempt to add some depth to the back court, the Warriors signed veteran Shaun Livingston on Friday to a three-year contract. But the Warriors will be without his services for several weeks due to injury. bryce_edwards via Wikimedia CommonsDiamond Leung, who covers the Warriors for Bay Area News Group, tweeted the following on Livingston's status.Shaun Livingston has a sprained right big toe from the playoffs and will be in a cast for 3-4 weeks before being reevaluated.— Diamond Leung (@diamond83) July 12, 2014Livingston has played for nine different teams during his nine-year NBA career. Last season with the Nets, he averaged 8.3 points, 3.2 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game. In 466 career games, Livingston is averaging seven points, 3.4 assists and 2.7 rebounds per game.Follow @PhilliesFan1969 Like what you're reading? Subscribe to our email list for daily injury updates!Email Address Follow @sprtsinjryalert For more commentary and analysis, visit our friends at Last Word on Sports!