Jamal Crawford puts Wesley Matthews on ice skates with his patented behind-the-back hesitation crossover and seals the deal / humiliation with the wide open jumper. How is this man not an all-star.
Sixth Man of the Year — Jamal Crawford breaks down how he breaks down defenders with his crossover. Take notes.
I don’t know if Jamal Crawford is the best sixth man in the league right now, but I’ll definitely tell you he’s the funnest player off the bench.
Off the nice bounce pass from Lamar Odom, Crawford adds to his highlight package with a no look scoop shot in traffic against the Celtics. How fun!
Jamal Crawford says that when he was growing up in Seattle he used to sneak into the SuperSonics’ facilities. There, he’d scrimmage a bit with guard Nate McMillan, who would give the 16-year-old tips on his jumper. ”He knows my game better than anybody else,” Crawford said.
Crawford, a free agent who played last season in Atlanta, now plays for McMillan. The 6-foot-5 shooting guard agreed to a two-year deal with the Trail Blazers on Thursday. He was introduced at a news conference Friday, along with another Portland free-agent acquisition, forward Craig Smith.
I’m a PS3 guy myself, but the player control functions demonstrated on the Xbox 360 still look pretty ridiculous. Not only can you cross fools over at will, but you can also pull off behind the back dribble moves, in n’ outs and you can attack the bucket with your players signature gather move. Even the Rondo show and go has been added, SICK!
Soon after the video hit the Internet that features some drug use, Brandon Roy apologized for appearing in the stereotypical hip hop video and said he was “disappointed in himself” for being in it and he didn’t condone the use of marijuana. Roy also said he wouldn’t want kids to even see the video. Now all we need, is for Cali & Cavalli to apologize for making us listen to their corny flows to have closure.
Peep the video after the jump and read the statement released by the maker of the video to clear the air regarding Jamal Crawford and Brandon Roy appearing in the “What They Want” video.