Will the Wizards make a deal? When Jordan Crawford was asked how he felt about not appearing in a series of games, the Wizards’ reserve shooting guard replied, “I’m good.” But he let his frustrations known on Twitter by subtly mentioning his stats from December, when the Wizards were placed in his hands and he produced quality numbers but few wins. The Wizards’ leading scorer before John Wall made his debut and Bradley Beal began to gain some confidence, Crawford has had his role steadily diminished in the past month — first, by a bone bruise in his left ankle and second, by some poor play — and now appears to be the odd man out. The Wizards are 6-2 in the past eight games that Crawford hasn’t played, but he has attracted the attention of several teams around the league seeking some offensive punch off the bench. Problem for Crawford is that the Wizards would like him to play the same role in Washington if he is willing to accept it.