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NBA - three-team trade involves Celtics, Warriors & Heat

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A sensational three-team trade has just taken place in the NBA, which has led to the Boston Celtics trading Jordan Crawford and MarShon Brooks to the Golden State Warriors, according to Yahoo Sports

The Warriors will in turn send Toney Douglas to the Miami, and the Heat will allow Joel Anthony and a first and second round draft pick to go to the Celtics. 

The deal will tremendously help the Celtics as they will reportedly save £1.7million from the mass trade. 

The Warriors will also benefit hugely from the crazy trade, as they will have finally completed their aims to bolster the team. 

For a play by play of the events today, see below for Yahoo's NBA writer's Twitter feed

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

"There is a third team involved in the Boston-Golden State deal that will likely provide Boston with a draft pick.

"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

"On Philly's 1st-rounder to Boston via Miami, here's detail: If Sixers don't make playoffs this season or next, turns into two 2nd rounders."

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