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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Jordan Crawford
The Golden State Warriors are willing to facilitate a sign-and-trade deal for free agent Jordan Crawford because of their logjam of guards, a league source told Yahoo Sports.
The Wizards need an instant-offense type off the bench and Jordan Crawford became an unrestricted free agent on Monday. Can both sides kiss and make up is the question.
Fresh legs beat fatigue.
The Golden State Warriors have created space behind them in the crowded Western Conference standings and are showing no signs of slowing down their surge up the standings.
Jordan Crawford tweeted out praise to the Boston Celtics following his trade to the Golden State Warriors. In the process, he took a subtle swipe at his former team in D.C.
Rajon Rondo moved closer to returning to the court almost a year after injuring his right knee, going through a test workout at the team's practice facility in the afternoon and then joining his Celtics teammates for warmups before Wednesday night's game against the Toronto Raptors.
A three-team deal that included the Golden State Warriors sent Joel Anthony and draft picks to the Celtics while the Heat were able to clear cap room to give them a chance at re-signing their stars in the off-season.
In one month ex-Wizard Jordan Crawford has gone from being named Player of the Week with the Celtics to the ball-dominant style that helped grease his exit out of Washington
Trevor Ariza scored 27 points and hit a 3-pointer that capped a fourth-quarter run that carried the Washington Wizards to a 106-99 comeback win over the Boston Celtics on Saturday.
Jordan Crawford was known for being erratic in Washington, but he now is spearheading the offense in Boston, which is in first place in the Atlanta Division.
With the Wizards bench scoring situation dire the same week Jordan Crawford is honored for his productive effort, the Wizards coach discussed last season's trade.
Former Wizards guard Jordan Crawford is finding new life with the first place Celtics.
Talk is cheap in these NBA playoffs, and it seems as if everyone wants in on the act.
Crawford carried much of the scoring load early this season but had been unhappy with his role since the return of John Wall from injury. He flung his jersey into the stands after failing to play for the fourth straight game after Tuesday's loss to the Toronto Raptors.
"If I could get the game ball you know I would keep it," Crawford said after his 30-foot-jumper beat the clock and gave Washington a 98-95 win over Portland on Monday night.
"I had a lot of people in the crowd and I just wanted to play," Crawford said. "I'm here in Washington and I'm glad to be given the opportunity to play here, and I want to be here for a while."
Jordan Crawford added 16 and Nick Young, who was still questionable an hour before tipoff but started the game, added 15, but admitted that his knee was hurting badly.