(Disclaimer: Only some ankles were injured during the making of this video.) Jamal Crawford might be the best street-ball player in the NBA. Now, we have some proof of that. The Seattle native went for 104 points over a two-game span at the Seattle Pro-Am Tournament this past week. Unfortunately, th[...]
At ESPN Insider, Tom Haberstroh details one of the biggest problems the Clippers’ offense has had this postseason: Jamal Crawford. Click here to read the whole piece. Here is an excerpt: Right now, down 3-2 and facing elimination, the Clippers need more, and that means less of Crawford. Usage [...]
Move over, Detlef Schrempf. Jamal Crawford needs some room. The Los Angeles Clippers’ top bench scorer has won his second Sixth Man of the Year award, ESPN’s Marc Stein reports. Once the victor is announced officially, Crawford (2009-10, 2013-14) will join Schrempf (1990-91, 1991-92), Ri[...]
Winning Weird When you play 82 regular season basketball games in seven months, some games are bound to just be a bit weird. This was one of those games. As recently as Tuesday, this early-season tilt versus the presumptive Western Conference favorites was viewed as a measuring stick for a Clippers [...]
On a pair of Blake Griffin free throws, a scoring outburst from Jamal Crawford and an indeterminate amount of luck, the L.A. Clippers survived a fourth quarter against the Minnesota Timberwolves, pulling out a 109-107 victory. Here are some thoughts on last night’s victory, or what some are ca[...]
The All-NBA teams were announced today, and Chris Paul and Blake Griffin were named to the first and second teams, respectively. This was Paul’s fifth time being named to the All-NBA team and third time making the first team (also made it in 2008 and 2012). Meanwhile, Griffin’s selection[...]
New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith was named Sixth Man of the Year on Monday, per ESPNNewYork.com’s Ian Begley. Smith finished with 484 total voting points (72 first place votes), while Crawford ended up with 352 points (31`first place votes), according to the NBA’s official voting breakdown. Th[...]
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