‘Just a little tweak’ — Livingston expects to be good to go for Game 4

Reserve guard sprained left ankle late in Thursday night’s win

April 20, 2018 - 1:22 pm

By Mohamed Bafakih

A day after suffering a left ankle sprain in the fourth quarter of the Warriors’ 110-97 win over the Spurs, Shaun Livingston joined “Mornings with Joe, Lo and Dibs” and updated the crew with his status.

“I’ll be alright, just a little tweak at the end,” Livingston told Joe Fortenbaugh, Lorenzo Neal and Dan Dibley on 95.7 The Game.

(RELATED: Durant on ankle roll: ‘It’s cool, I’m good’)

The reserve guard dropped 16 points in 20 minutes as the Warriors cruised to a Game 3 win. Livingston rolled his ankle one possession after Kevin Durant had done the same to his left ankle.

“(It was) just an unfortunate play,” Livingston added. “You never want to see that happen, but luckily two days before the next game, so (I’ll) get a lot of R&R (rest and relaxation).”

Jump to the 22:32 mark in the podcast below to hear Livingston’s full breakdown on his ankle:


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