Farewell to Mister Crossover, Jamal Crawford is retiring

Farewell to Mister Crossover, Jamal Crawford is retiring

After a while without playing in the NBA, One of the great preachers of the cross decided to say goodbyeJamal Crawford, via a message on social networks, announced his retirement from the NBA after 20 seasons in the best basketball in the world.

Crawford just turned 42 on Sunday, March 20, was selected in the 2000 draft by the Caves and traded to the Bulls, then came a tour for a total of nine NBA teams, the Bulls, Knicks, Warriors, Hawks, Blazers, Timberwolves and Suns, to play at the end His last NBA game of the 2019-20 season was when he played for the Brooklyn Nets.

beauty Three times he won the Best Sixth Man award, He’s always been a reliable and cool guy, and had his best season in points with the Knicks when he averaged 20.6 per game and played 80 games. With the 39-year-old Phoenix, he had the luxury of scoring 51 points In Dirk Nowitzki’s farewell match, Crawford became the oldest player to exceed 50 points, ignoring the record he had Michael Jordan with the magicians.

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One of his favorite moves was the crossover and that’s why today we want to remember some of his best moves, because Jamal Crawford will undoubtedly be one of the most exciting moves to move the ball.

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