Feb 5, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Blake (right) dribbles the ball as Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard Matthew Dellavedova defends in the third quarter at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

NBA Trade: Los Angeles Lakers send Steve Blake to Golden State Warriors for MarShon Brooks

The trade deadline is less than 24 hours away and we have our second deadline trade made. After the Sacramento Kings and Brooklyn Nets struck a blockbuster deal in the afternoon, the Los Angeles Lakers have also made a move to get in on the action and have struck a trade with the Golden State Warriors.

It’s not Jordan Hill on the move, rather it’s Steve Blake who has been traded by the Lakers to their California partners.



The deal isn’t a blockbuster, but it does give the Warriors the bench depth they were looking for, as well as a veteran shooter who can help the offense flow.

MarShon Brooks was just acquired by the Warriors last month from the Boston Celtics and appears to be done moving around now that the Lakers have grabbed him in this trade.

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  • Bill Persons

    Everything I’ve read that Josh Hill has written is pure garbage from a writing standpoint. I realize you are probably not getting paid for this pap, but for God’s sake, try to fact check your post every once in a while. Otherwise, you will always and forever suck as a writer/reporter. This time – for the record – the Golden State Warriors are in Northern California, and the Los Angeles Lakers are in Southern California. The southern California “partners” of the Lakers you seem to refer to are – what? – the Clippers? Crap writing kid. Crap writing, and this isn’t your first foray into pathetic journalism practices. Who what where when why… Who what where when why… Who what where when why… Who what where when why… Who what where when why…