AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) -- The Detroit Pistons have acquired guard Steve Blake from the Brooklyn Nets in a trade for forward Quincy Miller. The Pistons announced the deal Monday night. Blake has played in 812 NBA games in 12 seasons with Washington, Portland, Milwaukee, Denver, Golden State and both Los Angeles teams. He averaged 4.3 points last season with Portland. The 35-year...
According to RealGM.com, the Pistons have acquired Nets guard Steve Blake in exchange for Quincy Miller. Pistons Acquire Steve Blake From Nets For Quincy Miller (reports @ShamsCharania): http://t.co/M3VjJABpZE pic.twitter.com/9wb9YOIE8M — RealGM (@RealGM) July 13, 2015 The 35-year old Blake has averaged 6.7 PPG whose not bad at distributing the ball and taking looks from downtown...
The Brooklyn Nets have agreed to trade Steve Blake to the Detroit Pistons for Quincy Miller, league sources tell RealGM. Miller will likely be released by the Nets. Blake was acquired by the Nets in a draft night trade with the Portland Trail Blazers. The Pistons already have Reggie Jackson and Brandon Jennings on the depth chart at point guard.
Forward Quincy Miller will stick with the Detroit Pistons for the remainder of the season and have an opportunity to be part of summer league and then training camp. Coach Stan Van Gundy said before Wednesday night's game at Golden State that Miller had earned the opportunity to have a long look. Miller signed his second 10-day contract with the Pistons on March 3. Van Gundy said...
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Last night following the Denver Nuggets 93-75 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers at the Coors Event Center in Boulder, RealGM’s Shams Charania reported that the team will release 21-year-old forward Quincy Miller. The Denver Nuggets are releasing forward Quincy Miller, league source tells RealGM. Miller’s deal was partially guaranteed for the season. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania...
Denver Nuggets small forward Quincy Miller made a shot from LOOOOONG distance. Dial it up: Too bad, that shot only counted for three points. The Nuggets were down six before the third-year player scored the heave. Oh, well. It’s only a preseason game. That hardly counts, right? *** Quincy Miller pic courtesy of Getty Images. Video from the official NBA YouTube account.
Golden State Warriors power forward Andre Iguodala unleashed an incredibly nasty crossover move that broke the ankles of Denver Nuggets forward Quincy Miller during the first quarter of Thursday night's game at the ORACLE Arena.After the game, Miller jokingly blamed it on his sneakers:I ain't never wearing them damn sneakers again
We here at That NBA Lottery Pick love killer crossovers and during tonight’s Golden State Warriors-Denver Nuggets, Andre Iguodala broke out a nasty crossover. In the first quarter of play at Oracle Arena, watch as Andre in transition breaks out his crossover and well, watch as Quincy Miller loses traction and goes to the ground with a bad case of broken ankles: Look out for broken...
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