By Bryan Jeon
Shaun Livingston dislocated his left knee Monday night while on a fast break against the Charlotte Bobcats, as the Los Angeles Clippers won 100-93. Livingston has had an injury-riddled career since coming straight out of high school in 2004, including dislocating his right knee his rookie year. He had just come off of tying his career high in assists with 14 against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday. Livingston was splitting starts at the point with Sam Cassell, who will have to fill the void despite being limited by a pulled abdominal muscle.
Update: Livingston tore his ACL, MCL, PCL and dislocated his left knee, ending his season as the Los Angeles Clippers make their push for a playoff spot. The Clippers hold the 8th and final spot by just a 1/2 game.