If there's someone in the world who represents the Warriors organization to its finest is Shaun Livingston, and many Golden State fans will be happy to know he'll be back in 'The Bay'.
The Athletic's Marcus Thompson reported that Shaun Livingston is joining the Warriors front office as director of players affairs and engagement.
Thompson stated that Livingston will be the highest-ranking Black person in the Warriors' front office since Mitch Richmond in 2008.
The 35 year-old officially retired in September 2019 after 14 NBA seasons, the final five of which were spent with the Warriors. Those five seasons coincided with Golden State's five consecutive trips to the NBA Finals, where he won 3 championships.
Recently, Leandro Barbosa joined Steve Kerr's coaching staff. Now, another member of the recent dynasty has joined the front office.
Livingston, who was the no. 4 overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft, played for 10 different organizations in the league, including a brief stint in the G-League.
Even though he battled with multiple injuries, Livingston managed to land on his feet and become one of the most important players in the Warriors dynasty.