Jordan Crawford, MarShon Brooks traded to Golden State Warriors

Jan 10, 2014; Oakland, CA, USA; Boston Celtics power forward Kris Humphries (43) sets a screen against Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry (30) for Boston Celtics shooting guard Jordan Crawford (27) during the second quarter at Oracle Arena. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

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Jordan Crawford and MarShon Brooks have been traded  to the Golden State Warriors as part of a presumed multi-team trade, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo.

Boston has traded guards Jordan Crawford and Marshawn Brooks to Golden State, league sources tell Yahoo Sports.

via Wojnarowski

It’s uncertain what other team is involved, if one is at all. It’s also unclear what the Boston Celtics are getting in return for their guards. At this point, any Warriors bench player being included in a deal is conceivable, with Draymond Green and Harrison Barnes being the two players with the highest market value on Golden State’s bench.

We’ll have to wait and see what other players and/or draft picks are involved in this deal.


According to Wojnarowski, Toney Douglas will be going to Boston as part of this trade. This is a bit of a weird trade for the Celtics, and there could potentially be picks involved. Either way, with Rajon Rondo close to making a return from a torn ACL, Jordan Crawford was about to become expendable. Wojnarowski also confirms that there is a third team involved that will send a pick to Boston.


Okay, so hang in there. The third team that is involved is the Miami Heat and these are the latest details, via Wojnarowski:

As part of three team trade, Toney Douglas will go to the Miami Heat, league source tells Yahoo Sports. Joel Anthony goes to Boston.

From Miami, Boston will also receive Philadelphia’s projected future first-round pick and a future second round pick, league source tells Y


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