Found December 11, 2011 on RealGM:
PLAYERS: Jamal Crawford
TEAMS: Atlanta Hawks
One source put the odds of a Jamal Crawford to New York deal being consummated at better than 50 percent.

Atlanta Hawks: Ruck Sund says Hawks don’t want to pay tax, making Jamal Crawford’s return doubtful

GM Rick Sund said the Hawks still “have never been a taxpaying team and our goal is not to pay the tax,” an approach that essentially means the team is out of the running to re-sign Jamal Crawford or use the free-agent guard in a sign-and-trade transaction. “It’s going to be difficult to sign Jamal in a straight signing transaction,” Sund said. “We are looking at other...

Blazers, Wolves, Knicks, Pacers Interested In Jamal Crawford

The Knicks, Blazers, Pacers and Timberwolves are leading the pursuit of Jamal Crawford.

NBA Free Agency: Jamal Crawford To The Knicks? Jason Richardson Re-ups With Magic

NBA free agency is a ZOO right now. The latest rumor, Jamal Crawford returning to the Knicks via a sign and trade with the Hawks. The Knicks, who are now officially over the cap after the Tyson Chandler would send out  Renaldo Balkman’s $1.67 million deal, Bill Walker’s $916,000 deal and Toney Douglas’ $1.145 million deal for a collective $3.73 million in salaries. The new...

Knicks making effort to acquire Jamal Crawford in sign-and-trade

Donnie Walsh said in the press conference announcing his departure from the Knicks’ president job that the team’s objective was to build supporting players around Amar’e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony. He acknowledged the difficulty of that given the salary constraints of having two stars, but also made it clear that it wasn’t about a third…

Baron may come to Garden

If the Knicks can’t get Jamal Crawford to accept their $2.5 million exception and have his agent, Andy Miller, help swing a three-team trade, interim general manager Glen Grunwald has a fallback plan — sore-backed point guard Baron Davis.Sources said Davis will either be waived via the amnesty...

Knicks make a house call to Crawford

Mark Warkentien, the Knicks director of player personnel, was in Jamal Crawford's hometown of Seattle Monday to try to convince the guard to sign a one-year, $2.5 million contract with his former club.
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