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Isaiah Thomas questions why Jamal Crawford has not been signed yet

Jamal Crawford

Isaiah Thomas is going to bat for his fellow Washington native.

In a post to Twitter on Saturday, the Denver Nuggets guard questioned why Jamal Crawford had not been signed yet, saying that it made “no sense.”

Crawford, who is close friends with Thomas and often links up with him at Seattle Pro-Am events, has this to say in response to the tweet.

Unfortunately for Crawford, who put up 10.3 points a game in 80 appearances for the Minnesota Timberwolves last season, the lack of interest from NBA teams this summer is hardly surprising. At 38 years old, he is a static volume scorer who lacks efficiency and does minimal playmaking. Crawford is also a colossal liability on the other end of the floor, ranking 521st out of 521 players in defensive real plus-minus last season (per ESPN).

That being said though, the three-time Sixth Man of the Year Award winner has earned the respect of many during his 18 years in the Association, and the similarly-styled Thomas may be first and foremost in that category.


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