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Steve Blake will play for his third team of the Western Conference within the span of one year. After spending part of last season with the Los Angeles Lakers and getting traded to the Golden State Warriors, the 34 - year old point guard will now join the Portland Trail Blazers. Rip City agreed on terms with Blake for a two - year contract worth $4.2 million.
Blake emerged as a solid contributor for the plagued Los Angeles Lakers during the first half of the 2013 - 2014 season. In 27 starts with LA, Blake averaged 9.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, 7.6 assists and 1.3 steals per contest. He also shot 37.8 percent from the field and 39.7 percent from beyond the three - point arc. Blake was one of the main contributors for the Lakers, who were desperately trying to find some answers with Kobe Bryant sidelined. Blake averaged 33.0 minutes of playing time last season with the Lakers.
After he got traded to the Golden State Warriors, his minutes were inevitably reduced and so did his numbers, as he was assigned with the task of backing up Stephen Curry. In 21.7 minutes per contest he averaged 4.4 points, 3.6 assists and 2.0 rebounds per game, while his shooting percentages dipped, too.
The Portland Trail Blazers can expect similar numbers out of Blake next season. He will be mostly playing behind Damian Lillard, unless the Blazers bring back Mo Williams or sign another capable point guard. Of course, Blake can still be productive and on top of that he is an excellent ball handler. He knows how to set his teammates up and his veteran experience will definitely help Rip City in its race towards the championship next season. Steve Blake spent three seasons in Portland, from 2007 until 2010 and he was a solid contributor for the team.
This summer, he was targeted by several teams around the league, most of them looking to contend for the championship next season. The New York Knicks were one of them, especially after they traded away Raymond Felton. The Golden State Warriors were, too, interested in re-signing him but eventually, Rip City was the one to do so.
The signing of Steve Blake was one of the few moves we've seen up to now in the offseason, before the decisions of Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James hit the public. After the two megastars announce where they will be playing next season, a domino effect should be expected, the market will once again heat up.
This is the second significant deal for the Portland Trail Blazers, who have already signed Chris Kaman, soon after the free agency commenced. Rip City is projected to continue trying to upgrade its team, which is trying to enter the 2014 - 2015 campaign with big chances to win the NBA Championship.