He is a free agent this off season.
For the Hawks' sake, I hope he stays.
Since going there, he's really been magnificent. They're just missing a few pieces here and there and with some moves I really think they stand a chance at contending again, well at least getting a chance to get past the second round.
Sounds as though he's willing to take a pay cut to play on a contender.The veteran scorer would be excellent in a sixth man role off of the bench and could provide the team with the scoring that the second unit desperately needs. Washburn concedes that he'd have to most likely take the mid-level exception (if there is one under the new CBA), but hints that the chance of playing for a championship may be enough of a selling point for Crawford, who is currently making $10 million this season, to accept a pay decrease.
hawks shocked the magic(sorta) but i think that whole dynamic needs to get changed around a bit. its either joe johnson hold the ball forever and create a shot for himself, or jamal crawford hold the ball forever and create a shot for himself. teague showed promise and i think theyd be better off having one less ball dominant player on the floor now that isn't a pg. their offense is painful to watch at times.
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