Shortly after signing Stephen Curry to the biggest contract in NBA history Friday night, the Warriors locked up his backup, Shaun Livingston, to a three-year, $24 million deal, according to ESPN’s Chris Haynes.The contract, which can’t be finalized until the end of the free-agent moratorium on July 7, is the biggest of Livingston’s 12-year NBA career.Though his scoring and assists were down, Livingston was still the same savvy facilitator who helped guide Golden State to its previous two NBA Finals appearances.The biggest question now is whether Iguodala, who is reportedly taking meetings with the Spurs, Kings, Rockets and Lakers, will return to Golden State.
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