For one night at least, the New York Knicks dominated the game on the way to a blowout win over the Brooklyn Nets. Knicks guard J.R. Smith made the highlights with this interesting crossover.
Video: Broke Livingston's ankles
As previously noted on That NBA Lottery Pick, we always love killer crossovers and during tonight’s New York Knicks/Brooklyn Nets affair, J.R. Smith had a pretty solid one.
Watch as he sends Shaun Livingston flying to the ground with a nice move:
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J.R. Smith drops Nets’ Shaun Livingston to the floor with a crossover and hits the three pointer during the first quarter Thursday night:
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Shaun Livingston is known for the horrific knee injury he suffered during his time with the Clippers. Many thought his NBA career was over but he has proven to the world he can still play on basketball's highest stage.
Case in point, his recent game versus the Blazers where he put Robin Lopez on his poster.
Check out what Shaun did to Robin in the first quarter. Needless...
Shaun Livingston is 6’7″ tall. Brook Lopez is 7′ tall. Sometimes height just doesn’t matter in the NBA.
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The only thing better than this Shaun Livingston poster of Robin Lopez was the reaction of the Nets bench. Brooklyn stand up. Shaun tossed this down during the first quarter of the Nets game against the Blazers on Monday night.
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The Brooklyn Nets have reportedly reached out to point guard Shaun Livingston in hopes of replacing former reserve guard CJ Watson.
The NY Post reports that Watson (a player in whom the Cavaliers had interest) is on the verge of a deal with the Indiana Pacers, leaving a hole in an otherwise rebuilt roster.
In 66 games last season between the two teams last season (most of which...
The Cavaliers claimed guard Shaun Livingston on waivers from Washington.
To make room on their roster, the Cavs waived guard Donald Sloan, who appeared in 20 games for Cleveland this season.
Livingston made four starts for the Wizards this season. He was waived on Sunday by Washington and the Cavs had until 5 p.m. Tuesday to claim him. He averaged 3.7 points, 2.2 rebounds and 2...
Via AP on Fox
December 25, 2012
MILWAUKEE The way Shaun Livingston runs up and down the court, the way he puts his body in the middle of action and the way he goes up for dunks, you'd hardly realize he once, not that long ago, was laying on a doctors examination table, unsure if he'd ever play basketball again.
But here he is today, playing a starting role for the Milwaukee Bucks and by all accounts,...