News: Green is currently dealing with a minor shin injury that could prevent him from playing Tuesday against the Clippers, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Impact: Green's shin issue doesn't come at the worst time for the Warriors, as they've already clinched first-place in the Western Conference, thus allowing them the luxury of being able to rest players ahead of the postseason. So although Tuesday's game comes against the heated rival Clippers, Green may still take a night off to heal his slight shin problem. Should that indeed happen, Harrison Barnes and David Lee could receive more minutes versus Los Angeles.
News: Livingston had eight assists in 25 minutes in Saturday night's win over the Bucks.
Impact: Golden State head coach Steve Kerr is determined to rest his starters on given night -- Saturday it was Andre Iguodala and Draymond Green -- and that means more duty for Livingston. Kerr's been handing out days off for the past few weeks and Livingston's numbers have bumped up. In his last 15 games, Livingston's averaged 4.9 assists per game, up from his 3.4 average for the season.