Comeback over: Miami Heat releases Shaun Livingston

The Shaun Livingston comeback is over. At least for now. At least with the Miami Heat . Full Story
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juan

United States

#1 Jan 5, 2009
sh@t happens
More Heat

Kingston, Jamaica

#2 Jan 5, 2009
Tough break kid. I guess Joel and Magloire have been doing well and Blount and Banks contract were too large to move so you ended up being the one sacrificed to free a spot for Zo. Good luck.
Rob

Manassas, VA

#3 Jan 5, 2009
Its just a shame. This is the reason why I'm glad the NBA put the rule for NBA players having to go to college first before going pro. I think Livingston is one of the many high schoolers that should've went to college first. He just wasn't ready for the Pros. Not to take anything away from the kid, but I guess when he finally gets healthy, its off to Europe for him.

Since: Nov 08

United States

#4 Jan 6, 2009
I expected so much worse in the comments. These comments are straight to the point and not bias at all. Great comments...for the most part.
Best Fan

Delray Beach, FL

#5 Jan 6, 2009
Whats up with Shaq. I don't see him making any plays for heat. Lets trade him and bring Yao Ming. Yao has a good passing game and good run defense also.
insane

Miami, FL

#6 Jan 6, 2009
bring back twan. I miss the tippy toe 3. He's in town, and currently a free agent. Also we need a team scapegoat
hello

San Antonio, TX

#7 Jan 6, 2009
Once again Miami signing has beens. Magloire is another one.
Fire the coach

United States

#8 Jan 6, 2009
Welcome to the CBA.
mydrick taylor

Miami, FL

#9 Jan 6, 2009
man i really wanted to see him play more but pat riley and coach eric are great guys and they make great decisions and im behind them 100 % always
Mxlplk

Miami, FL

#10 Jan 6, 2009
Arison only cares about avoiding the luxury tax not about winning. Not that Livingson was the answer but it has caused the team to fail to obtain the players to compliment Wade.
Mike Honcho

Miami, FL

#11 Jan 6, 2009
Doesn't matter who you are, what sport you play or if you went to college or not, if you tear three ligaments AND dislocate your knee all at the same time, you are done with sports or just running altogether.

So who wasted who's time by signing him?
Finley

Oceanside, CA

#12 Jan 6, 2009
Is the Heat really thinking of bringing Zo back?

Let the dinosaur rest his old bones.
Tiffany

United States

#13 Jan 6, 2009
that sh!t aint fair,its always the good lookin ones to get cut.hes a good point guard,he can score,defend,and shoot 3s
doc_jon

Philippines

#14 Jan 6, 2009
honcho's right.... he's done with sports a'ryt, let the kid retire, let zo stay in retirement man...we need a young BIG guy in center who can run with wade and the young guns, an uptempo miami heat with awesome "D" will do the job!!! pat.... pls do something bout this... i believe this team will make it past the playoffs and eventually the FINALS!!!
stylist

Miami, FL

#15 Jan 6, 2009
He never should have cut off his braids
WHOLETRUTHY

AOL

#16 Jan 6, 2009
ZO SHOULD GO JOIN THE OBAMA CABINET
Tiffany

United States

#17 Jan 6, 2009
its not until he signs wit someone else

“Wasilla Moose Chick for Sale”

Since: Aug 07

Definitely Not Wasilla

#18 Jan 6, 2009
Rob wrote:
Its just a shame. This is the reason why I'm glad the NBA put the rule for NBA players having to go to college first before going pro. I think Livingston is one of the many high schoolers that should've went to college first. He just wasn't ready for the Pros. Not to take anything away from the kid, but I guess when he finally gets healthy, its off to Europe for him.
Not meaning to be a pain in the arse but speaking of college and education and all of that, well, it is ironic that the proper way to say it is "should have gone to college" instead of "should've went to college."

And by the way, in the last 5 years or so many of the people that I have known and worked with who hold engineering and all kinds of degrees and people who are the best in their fields have lost their jobs, thrown out on the street just as if they had never spent time studying and all of that done so that today's robber barons can outsource jobs to places where labor is cheap. THERE ARE A LOT OF BAD PEOPLE IN THIS WORLD AND MANY OF THEM ARE RUNNING CORPORATIONS.
TradeRiley

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#19 Jan 6, 2009
The Livingston signing was a low-cost/low-risk experiment. It didn't work out. No great loss for the Heat.
Best of luck to Mr. Livingston in his future endeavors.
Tiffany

United States

#20 Jan 6, 2009
he gonna sign wit someone soon,its all good.hes a very good point guard,and any team will be glad to have my dude,hes a super star

go shaun

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