Shaun Livingston Accidentally Makes His 1st 3-Pointer Of The Season On A Bad Alley-Oop Pass

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| April 6th, 2017 | 1,400 Views

Everything the Golden State Warriors put up in the first quarter against the Suns on Wednesday night went in. In the final seconds of a 41-18 first quarter, Shaun Livingston tried to throw a wide-open JaVale McGee a lob and ended up making his first 3-pointer since January 31st…of last year! Threes by Livingston are so rare, he only has 13 in his 12-year career and five of those 13 came a decade ago during the 2006/07 season.

The three also ended up giving Steph Curry one of his 11 assists on the night to go with a game-high 42. 23 of those 42 also came in the can’t miss first quarter.

The win gave the Warriors a season-best 13th win in a row and clinched the best record in the NBA for the third consecutive season.


Here’s another lucky three by Livngston.



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