He ended up playing 15 years in the NBA, as this retirement was an expected move this off-season. The Warriors were his ninth and final team, as he reached the NBA Finals five straight years with them. He signed a three-year, $24 million deal with Golden State in 2017, but was waived in July, making him a free agent. The now former guard has already expressed interested in working in the front office for them.
Livingston was the fourth overall pick out of high school by the Clippers in 2006, and ended up playing 833 career NBA games, averaging 6.3 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 3.0 assists in that span. Warriors general manager Bob Myers called Livingston's story "one of the most inspirational stories in professional sports." He may be working alongside that inspirational story as soon as next year if Livingston gets his way and joins the front office.