Jordan Crawford is returning to Atlanta in a much different — and better position — than he left. Crawford was a seldom-used reserve on a playoff team, settling for garbage-time minutes whenever the Hawks had gotten enough out of all-star in Joe Johnson and sixth-man extraordinaire Jamal Crawford.
But when the Wizards face the Hawks on Wednesday, Jordan Crawford is a starting shooting guard still trying to hold off Nick Young for the right to share the backcourt with John Wall. Even if moves back to the bench, Crawford still has a valuable role as a designated scorer for the Wizards.
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