Jamal Crawford had the Sacramento Kings on his free agency wishlist last season, almost agreeing to a contract with the purple and black before a last minute decision to sign with the Portland Trailblazers.
A semi lost season in the Greater Northwest and Crawford is on the move one more time with the Kings again falling on his radar:
Jamal Crawford has opted out of his contract with the Trail Blazers and entered free agency. Teams said to be on his radar include the Heat, Clippers, Kings, Knicks and Cavaliers. Crawford, 32, averaged 14.0 points per game last season. He was originally drafted by the Cavs with the No. 8 pick in 2000, then quickly shipped to the Bulls for Chris Mihm.
Crawford, a volume scoring sixth man (who believes he’s a starter) can certainly pack an offensive punch, but struggles to bring much else to the game.
With a gluten of guards, it doesn’t seem to be a very good fit for Sacramento, but gauging from their interest last season with a nearly identical roster (although, nobody expected the Isaiah Thomas emergence) you never really know with the Maloofs and Petrie when it comes to free agency.