After the Warriors won the title on Monday night, Shaun Livingston joined Greg Papa, Garry St. Jean and Kelenna Azubuike on set.
Papa asked Livingston the following questions:
Papa: "You got a tough call to make this offseason. You're an unrestricted free agent. Have you give that any thought? How the hell could you ever leave basketball nirvana? How could you leave here? Does it ever get any better than this?
Livingston paused, smiled and put a cigar in his mouth. He then pointed at his cigar while continuing to smile.
"This is it right here. This is what it's about," Livingston started. "Greatest fans. Greatest organization right now. We're in our peak years.
"Obviously, we'd all like to stay. It is a business. But we're gonna enjoy this right here. We're gonna enjoy this championship."
Summation: Livingston was rather non-commital -- understandably so.
Livingston, who will turn 32 years old in September, just completed the 3-year, $16.6 million deal he signed in the summer of 2014.
It's quite possible that he could make over $10 million a year on the open market, and it's unclear if the Warriors would be willing to pay him that kind of annual salary.
Over 14 playoff games this year, Livingston averaged 5.2 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.4 assists over 15.7 minutes per contest, while shooting just under 58 percent from the field.
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders and a Web Producer at NBC Sports Bay Area. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller