Emiliano Carchia: Free Agent Jordan Crawford has agreed to a deal with Sichuan Blue Whales of the CBA, a source told Sportando.
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American guard Jordan Crawford in officially a new player of Ironi Nahariya, the team announced. He spent last season with New Orleans Pelicans in Nba.
Emiliano Carchia: Shanxi agreed to bring Jordan Crawford out and sign him after a three day tryout period, I am told. He has currently been in Shanxi for 3 days and has not had an opportunity to work out or practice with the team. They have made the decision to keep their current import players.
Emiliano Carchia: Jordan Crawford has signed a deal in China with Shanxi, a source told Sportando. Crawford has played 281 games in the NBA
Emiliano Carchia: Former NBA guard Jordan Crawford did not pass the physicals with Alba Berlin, the team announced His contract has been voided
ALBA Berlin addressed the injury problems in its backcourt by signing veteran guard Jordan Crawford to a one-month contract. Crawford (1.98 meters, 30 years old) last played for New Orleans of the NBA. He spent parts of six seasons in the NBA with Atlanta, Washington, Boston, Golden State and New Orleans and averaged 12.2 points and 3.1 assists in 281 games. He has also played for Xinjiang and Tianjin in China. “Because of our many injured players, our healthy players have had to do play more,” ALBA sports director Himar Ojeda said. “To relieve this difficult situation, we have signed Jordan Crawford. He is very talented and experienced and we expect him to quickly find his rhythm and help us in the upcoming games. We are working hard on his eligibility and hope he can play against Limoges on Wednesday. “
Michael Scotto: NBA free agent guard Jordan Crawford will sign with Alba Berlin (Germany) for the season, a league source told The Athletic.
Alex Kennedy: Unrestricted free agent Jordan Crawford recently worked out in front of several NBA teams over a three-day period at Impact Basketball in Las Vegas, according to league sources. Crawford played for the New Orleans Pelicans over the past two seasons.
The New Orleans Pelicans are signing shooting guard Jordan Crawford for the remainder of the season, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. New Orleans will allow Larry Drew II’s 10-day contract to expire.
Source: Pelicans will sign Jordan Crawford.
Alex Kennedy: Have you had any conversations with NBA teams [since being waived by New Orleans]? Jordan Crawford: Yeah, I actually worked out for two playoff teams recently, so I’ve been in contact. After going to them and the feedback from them was that I’m ready and I’m in shape. I’m a veteran. Because I’ve been showing how humbled I’ve been, I’ve been going to the [G League] and I did Summer League before, I don’t want people to think that I just, that I have to prove myself every time to be on a roster. I carry myself as a professional.
In a subsequent move, the Pelicans announced the team has waived guard Jordan Crawford. In two games for New Orleans this season, Crawford, 6-4, 195, has averaged 9.0 points, 5.0 assists and 1.0 rebounds in 18.5 minutes.
Quincy Pondexter: Stay strong! We all know you a bucket @Jordan Crawford
Shams Charania: Pels dreaded waiving of Jordan Crawford to create space for Nelson. Crawford fit role, played well in preseason and last night against Warriors.
Adrian Wojnarowski: The Pelicans are waiving guard Jordan Crawford, league sources tell ESPN.
“When I got the 10-day, that was the accomplishment. I didn’t really feel like I was on a 10-day once I was here,” Crawford said. “The hard part was getting the 10-day. I was grateful for the opportunity, when I (got) here I just wanted to make myself as comfortable as possible and just try to play my game.”
Crawford is averaging 14.3 points in his first seven games with the Pelicans and is shooting a staggering 51.9 percent from the 3-point line on 5.4 attempts per game. Crawford said that he was determined to make his way back into the league, and once he was given a chance by the Pelicans, his mission was to display that he was still capable of being an explosive scorer in the NBA.
Shams Charania: Pelicans guard Jordan Crawford has agreed to a two-year deal with New Orleans, bypassing a second 10-day, league sources tell @The Vertical.
The New Orleans Pelicans announced the team has signed free agent guard Jordan Crawford to a 10-day contract. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Marc Stein: The Pelicans, I’m told, plan to add Jordan Crawford to their roster early this week as they continue to search for guard and wing help.
Marc Stein: The New Orleans Pelicans have Jordan Crawford in their sights for a 10-day callup from the @nbadleague, according to league sources
The Cavs are in need of a point guard. How do you think you could help Cleveland? Jordan Crawford: You know from a basketball perspective, I would definitely be confident in putting the ball in the right place. Just being supportive, as a guy on the roster, whether Iím a sixth man, a 15th man, just giving the young players confidence, telling them what Iím seeing on the court, just helping in every situation possible.
The Cavaliers need a playmaker. Well, Jordan Crawford thinks he’s the playmaker LeBron is looking for. Crawford tweeted this after LeBron went on his post-loss tirade.
Chris Reichert: Jordan Crawford will in fact start the season in the NBA D-League with the Grand Rapids Drive, a league source tells Upside & Motor #NBADL
Vincent Ellis: Jordan Crawford’s agent says Ft. Wayne has traded rights to Grand Rapids Drive, #Pistons D-League affiliate. Former Detroit CMA star.
Rod Beard: Full list of free agents working out for #Pistons this week: Phil Pressey, Jaron Johnson, Bobby Brown, Greg Whittington, Jordan Crawford, Nick Minnerath, Kadeem Jack, Chris Douglas-Roberts, Deonte Burton, Grant Jerrett, Cory Jefferson, Richard Solomon, Derrick Nix, Ousmane Drame, Eric Buckner, Gabe Olaseni.
How can a guy that put up 41 points in an NBA game not have one of the 450 jobs in the NBA? Crawford, 27, says he doesn’t know. “Y’ll gonna have to answer that one,” Crawford said with a smile today at the Pistons practice facility. “I don’t know, but I … just went and played in China. I had fun over there, different experience, just learning the game from over there. “It was fun, but (as far as the 40 points I scored) goes, I don’t know.”
You would think Crawford could potentially carve out a niche, such as shooting guard J.R. Smith with the Cleveland Cavaliers. But Crawford scoffs at the shooting guard label. He reminds the interviewer that he won the NBA’s Player of the Week honor playing point guard for the Boston Celtics. “… so I don’t know about this two-guard you going to label me as,” Crawford said.
Crawford is one of 16 free agent players taking part in the Pistons’ three-day minicamp, which concludes Thursday. He is joined by fellow Detroit natives Chris Douglas-Roberts and Derrick Nix (Michigan State). Former Detroit Mercy standout Nick Minnerath is also participating. If the Pistons like any of the participants, the player could be invited to join their Orlando Summer League team or possibly earn a training camp invitation.
David ‘Dubi’ Pick: Source: Pistons invite Detroit born assassin Jordan Crawford to mini camp. He led entire CBA with 43.1 points per game.
If the Heat waits until March 7/8, the Heat will consider players from a list it has compiled –– one that includes Dorell Wright, Wroten, Jordan Crawford, Jason Thompson, D-League players and some others likely to be available.
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February 23, 2019 | 8:52 pm EST Update
Karl-Anthony Towns remains in concussion protocol and will not play for Minnesota against Milwaukee, a night after missing a game for the first time in his career. The All-Star forward was in a car accident Thursday and didn’t play Friday in New York, ending his streak of 303 consecutive games started. He traveled with the Timberwolves for the game in Milwaukee on Saturday, rather than return to Minnesota, but hadn’t been cleared to play again.
Being unable to play has troubled Towns, coach Ryan Saunders said. “People asked me if he cared about his [consecutive games] streak,” Saunders said. “He hasn’t and didn’t mention one thing along those lines. It was all about being there for his teammates and contributing. He even had somebody run out and make sure he could get a sport coat so he was dressed properly on the bench so he could be there with his teammates. That says a lot about Karl.”
Jason Anderson: Worth noting: Joerger said his exchange with Hield “wasn’t about shot selection,” but it WAS about Hield not running the play he called. Kind of a distinction without a difference. Anyway, the words you all probably want to hear Joerger say about Buddy: “I love him to death.”