Found December 16, 2011 on NY Post:
If the Knicks did not flirt with Jamal Crawford last weekend and offered Shawne Williams their $2.5 million room exception on Saturday, he would be in orange and blue instead of in Newark, according to an NBA source. Crawford spurned the Knicks Wednesday and Williams did so yesterday, choosing...
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