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Miami Heat: Toney Douglas Trade Grade
By Nekias Duncan: Hoopstuff Staff Writer…
Miami Receives: Toney Douglas
Boston Receives: Joel Anthony and 2 picks
Golden State Receives: Jordan Crawford and MarShon Brooks
You know your team is notable when trading Joel Anthony is even remotely considered news.
In a three-team trade between the Warriors, Celtics, and Heat, Miami seems to have the most intrigue surrounding them, even if they probably traded the worst player involved in the deal.
Looking at who was directly involved in the trade, the Warriors easily “won” by acquiring Jordan Crawford (13.7 ppg, career-high 5.7 apg) and seldom-used guard MarShon Brooks from Boston to bolster their backcourt off the bench.
But what about Miami?
The Heat sent Joel Anthony, who has only appeared in 12 of Miami’s 37 games this year, a lottery-protected 1st round pick (that’ll likely turn into two 2nd round picks) they acquired from the Sixers in the Arnett Moultrie trade, and a 2016 2nd round pick to B...
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The Miami Heat visited the White House and met with President Obama on Tuesday to celebrate the team's 2013 NBA title.
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