Steve Blake

#22 PG / Detroit Pistons / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 172 lb Age: 35 College: Maryland

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      Pistons' Steve Blake: Averaging 3.3 points and assists for Pistons

      Blake has averaged 15.0 minutes, 3.3 points, 3.3 assists, and 1.6 rebounds per game so far for the Pistons. Blake missed most of the preseason due to a concussion, which may be why his minutes have been limited. However, the point guard isn't expected to see many minutes as long as he is coming off the bench behind Reggie Jackson.

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      Pistons' Steve Blake: Confirmed as backup point guard

      Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy confirmed that Blake would serve as the team's top backup at point guard to open the season, Keith Langlois of reports. Despite seeing limited time in the preseason due to complications from a concussion, Blake earned the second-unit role primarily as a result of second-year man Spencer Dinwiddie's struggles during the exhibition slate. The 35-year-old Blake isn't expected to see a huge load of minutes behind Reggie Jackson at point guard, but should effectively direct the Pistons' offense when called upon from the bench.

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      Pistons G Steve Blake set to play Friday

      Stan Van Gundy has confirmed that Pistons veteran guard Steve Blake would return to the court for the Friday preseason finale against the Hawks, per Aaron McMann of Blake will make his preseason debut after a concussion suffered in a Sept. 30 practice left him limited for much of training camp. The veteran endured a minor setback along the way during his recovery, but resumed practicing Tuesday and Thursday to receive clearance to return to the lineup. Van Gundy said he plans on playing Blake around 20-24 minutes in preparation for the primary backup role behind Reggie Jackson at point guard once the regular season tips off.

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      Pistons G Steve Blake back at practice Tuesday

      The Pistons have reported that veteran guard Steve Blake (concussion) returned to practice Tuesday. Blake is expected to be back on the court for Thursday practice and be cleared to play in the preseason finale Friday against Atlanta. The Pistons are counting on Blake to work as the top backup to Reggie Jackson at the point until Brandon Jennings (Achilles) is ready to assume those duties.

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      Pistons G Steve Blake (concussion) suffers setback

      The Pistons have announced that veteran backup guard Steve Blake (concussion) isn't expected to return to practice until next week. Blake was initially on track to rejoin the team for their full session Friday, but after he experienced headaches while working out, the team pushed his return timetable back. It now appears that he could be at risk of missing the remainder of the preseason, casting some doubt on his availability for the Oct. 27 regular-season opener versus the Hawks.

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      Pistons PG Steve Blake passes baseline concussion testing

      Pistons point guard Steve Blake passed his baseline concussion test Monday, Keith Langlois of reports. Blake worked out for 25 minutes on a stationary bike at practice, and could soon be in line for contact work after the he passed the first phase of concussion testing. He'll likely continue to meet with team doctors over the next couple of days just to ensure all of his concussion symptoms have dissipated, but he appears to be trending toward a return before the start of the regular season.

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      Pistons G Steve Blake still dealing with concussion

      Pistons veteran guard Steve Blake (concussion) has missed the first two exhibition games. Blake has yet to resume practicing after sustaining the concussion a week earlier. It's not clear when he will be back.

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      Report: Nets send PF Quincy Miller to Pistons for PG Steve Blake

      The Pistons have acquired veteran point guard Steve Blake from the Nets in exchange for power forward Quincy Miller, a league source has confirmed to the Detroit Free Press. Blake, who is heading into his 13th NBA season, averaged just 4.3 points and 3.6 assists in 19 minutes per game last year. Miller played in just 10 games for Sacramento and Detroit in 2014-15.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Report: Trail Blazers send PG Steve Blake, first rounder to Nets

      The Trail Blazers will send point guard Steve Blake and first-round pick Rondae Hollis-Jefferson to the Nets, Yahoo Sports is reporting. Blake recently opted-in to the final year of his contract with the Blazers. He averaged 4.3 points and 3.6 assists per game in 81 games for the Blazers last season. Hollis-Jefferson was the 23rd pick in the Thursday's draft.

    • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

      Blazers' Steve Blake exercises player option to remain with team

      Trail Blazers point guard Steve Blake will remain with the team for at least one more season after he excercised his player option for the 2015-16 season, the team announced via their website. Blake appeared in 81 games for the Trail Blazers last season, averaging 4.3 points and 3.6 assists per game as Damian Lillard's backup.

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