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The Celtics’ wheeling and dealing continued Wednesday as they traded guards Jordan Crawford and MarShon Brooks to Golden State in a three-team swap.
The Warriors shipped guard Toney Douglas to Miami, and to round out the deal, the Heat sent Joel Anthony and a pair of future protected draft picks to Boston.
Factoring in previous trades, the Celtics could have as many as 17 draft picks over the next five years, with as many as 10 of those in the first round.
“I love the idea of we’re really looking with a vision to be as good as we can be for as long as we can be,” Celtics coach Brad Stevens said.