Jamal Crawford officially announced his career end in the NBA in a Tweet on Monday. The 42-year-old won three times the award as a Sixth Man of the Year and played a total of 20 years in the Association.
“Goodbye to the Game, All The Spoils The Adrenaline Rush,” Crawford wrote on Twitter based on a song by Jay-z. Then he explained: “Thank you basketball, I owe you all…”
Only last Sunday Crawford celebrated his 42nd birthday, for a long time he had hoped for a comeback in the NBA. He completed his last game in the Bubble 2020 for the Brooklyn Nets. Previously, he had been active for nine teams for 20 years.
On average, “Jcrossover” put on average 14.6 points and 3.4 assists for throw quotas of 41.0 percent from the field and 34.8 percent of downtown. The scorer fell three times to the Award of the Sixth Man of the Year, together with Lou Williams, he has collected most Sixth-Man honors in the league history.
The 8th pick of the draft 2000 ran in a total of 1,327 playing in the regular season, while he carried the jerseys of Bulls, Knicks, Warriors, Hawks, Trail Blazers, Clippers, Timberwolves, Suns and Nets. Before his short bubble appearance for Brooklyn he had set up 51 points for the Suns in his previous game in the 2018/19 season – with at that time 39 years he was the oldest player who succeeded.
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“Your legacy lives on forever. I know you appreciate you for your knowledge,” Hawks star Trae Young responded to Twitter’s announcement Crawfords. With a total of 19,419 points, he occupies the 61th place in the All-Time ranking.