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Jamal Crawford has established himself as one of the great scorers in league history, including being the only player in NBA history to score 50 points for three different teams.
Crawford has made a living in the NBA as a prolific scorer, averaging over 15 points per game for his career, including a season of over 20 points per game in 2008. He has the ability to really put up huge numbers when he gets going, and he is a guy who needs to be guarded all over the court because he can score from almost anywhere on the floor.
The major concerns teams may have is Crawford's age, and his tendency to launch shots. While his gunning often stalls the offense and doesn't get his teammates involved, that's something that you have to learn to accept if Crawford is on your team.
However, if a team can get him on a shorter-term deal, Crawford could be a very valuable scorer, especially if he is not overpaid and if he comes off the bench.