Jamal Crawford 'Nutmegs' Nando De Colo
or much of the Los Angeles Clippers' Wednesday night matchup with the San Antonio Spurs, the old-guard mainstays that swept the upstart Clips out of the playoffs in the second round last year, L.A. center DeAndre Jordan was the one delivering explosive, highlight-reel plays — a first-quarter swat of Spurs point guard Tony Parker on the pick-and-roll, a third-quarter steal that led to a big alley-oop dunk on the break, a transition leak-out that led to a two-hand windmill jam from the dotted line. By comparison, it had been a quiet night for Clippers guard Jamal Crawford, who'd entered Wednesday's game averaging a team-high 24 points per game, but had attempted only two field goals heading into the fourth quarter and didn't hit his first shot until the 7:33 mark of the final frame...
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