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Jamal Crawford’s play this season has impressed many players around the league.
Among them, Kobe Bryant.
“He gets my nomination for sixth man of the year,” Bryant said of Crawford after Thursday’s Lakers practice.
Crawford, who comes off the bench for the Clippers, is averaging 16.5 points in 29.1 minutes a game. He was instrumental in the Clippers’ franchise-best 17-game winning streak and has helped the team to an impressive 25-8 record.
via Los Angeles Times
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LOS ANGELES -- Clippers backup guard Jamal Crawford, who leads the NBA in bench scoring with a 16.5 average, was scratched from the lineup for Friday nights game against the Lakers because of a sore left foot.
Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro said Crawford sustained the injury Tuesday night against the Denver Nuggets. He played the next night against the Golden State Warriors, however...
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"We're just slow."
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The Lakers lost, 103-99, at Staples Center to a Sixers team led by 22-year-old point guard Jrue Holiday.
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“Oh, for sure. They’re definitely one of the top contenders,” he said, crediting Chris Paul and Blake Griffin.
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Kobe Bryant may have said the Los Angeles Lakers were “old as s—,” but his 34-year-old body isn’t preventing him from making athletic plays. The Black Mamba stole a pass from Chris Paul and then dunked on the Clippers point guard to make a statement early in Friday’s game at Staples Center.
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Considering that only one team led from start to finish, Friday’s battle for Los Angeles was unsually captivating. Though the “visiting” Lakers were badly outplayed — they trailed by 19 in the fourth quarter and by double digits for approximately half the game — Kobe Bryant, who dropped 16 of his game-high 38 during a cold-blooded fourth-quarter rampage, should’ve had...
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