From the NY Post’s Marc Berman.
Jamal Crawford sounded disappointed and angered that Larry Brown threw a curveball with his starting lineup last night, benching him at shooting guard in favor of Quentin Richardson for last night’s season opener.
Crawford looked crushed and didn’t seem to understand the move, and wound up with an awful six-turnover outing in last night’s 114-100 overtime loss to the Celtics.
“I think I had a great camp, I adjusted well,” said Crawford, who entered with 4:20 left in the the first quarter. “I’ll be professional and be ready when my number is called. That’s it. That’s my statement. I’m done with it. I’ll be professional, be ready when my number is called.”
In addition to the turnovers, Crawford was a somewhat characteristic 3 for 11 from the field.
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Crawford was a somewhat characteristic 3 for 11 from the field.
A man of his word, he promised he’d be ready.
Larry Brown may drop dead coaching this team. Here in Chicago we know the Jamal story all too well.
and Eddy Curry may drop dead PLAYING for this team.
Sorry, you kinda left that one hanging out there.
you kinda left that one hanging out there
what does leon lee have to do with this?