Steve Blake proved to be a good fit for the Warriors after the club acquired him at the trade deadline.
The Warriors landed Blake from the Lakers on February 19 in exchange for guards Kent Bazemore and MarShon Brooks, making Golden State Blake’s sixth team in 10 years.
The veteran point guard totaled 102 assists to just 31 turnovers with the Warriors, and that 3.29:1 assist-to-turnover ratio would have ranked fifth in the league if stretched over the duration of the season.
Blake made his Warriors debut vs. the Houston Rockets on February 20, finishing with three points and 1 assist in 17 minutes.
In 28 games with the Dubs, Blake averaged 4.4 points, 3.6 assists and 2.0 rebounds in 21.7 minutes.
Blake dished out eight assists in a March 7 win over the Hawks, marking the highest assist output by a Warriors reserve in the 2013-14 season.
Blake’s highest scoring game as a Warrior came against his old team on April 11, when he compiled 13 points, five assists and five rebounds in Los Angeles.
In the regular season finale vs. the Denver Nuggets, Blake received his loan starting assignment for the Warriors and totaled eight points, a season-high 15 assists, a career-high seven steals and seven rebounds.