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Randy Livingston
PG - 6'4, 209lbs - 47 years old - 11 years of NBA experience
Retired - Retired after 2008 season
  • Birthdate: 04/02/1975
  • Drafted (NBA): 42nd pick, 1996
  • Pre-draft team: LSU
  • Country: USA
  • Hand: Right
  • Agent: -
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Articles about Randy Livingston

March 19, 2013

Randy Livingston - After two years as the head coach for the Idaho Stampede of the D-League, Livingston was not retained for a third season. He was mentioned as a candidate for an assistant coaching job with San Antonio, Utah and LSU, but none of them came to fruition. Livingston is suing his former agents for unpaid fees, and appears to be out of work at the moment.

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April 19, 2011

Randy Livingston - Livingston just completed his first season as head coach of the D-League's Idaho Stampede, where, amongst others, he coached Antoine Walker. The team started 0-8 and 2-13, but improved throughout and finished 24-26.

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April 7, 2010

- Randy Livingston

Livingston said he was going to retire after the 2005-06 season, which he spent playing power forward for the Chicago Bulls. (He did genuinely play power forward at one point. Scott Skiles's four guard lineups were the stuff of dreams.) But he didn't, instead cranking out two more years in the D-League, averaging more than 10apg both times, and even getting another NBA contract with the Seattle Supersonics. Livingston did finally retire in 2008 after winning the D-League championship with the Idaho Stampede - although this didn't stop the Erie BayHawks from picking him in the expansion draft a few months later for no obvious reason - and he became a coach. He started out volunteering with the Jazz during the summer, was quickly as an assistant with the Stampede, and moved last year to the expansion Maine Red Claws to be an assistant there. Livingston has also been completing his degree at the University of Phoenix in his spare time. He is destined to be a head coach some day, and possibly at the NBA level too. Let's hope he forgets what he saw about four guard offenses.

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