Reigning Sixth Man of the Year Jamal Crawford has made lots and lots of buckets. So many buckets in fact, that he probably practices ridiculously far three pointers just out of shear boredom. Well all that practice paid off during a Seattle Pro-Am last week. Down by one with 5.6 seconds left …
Pretty crazy, right? Not really when you take a closer look at Crawford’s resume. According to Basketball Reference, Crawford was the best shooter from 30 or more feet in the NBA last season, making 40 percent of his super deep attempts.
But that was just one of many Crawford buckets at that Seattle Pro-Am. Over two games, he averaged 52 points per game. Not a typo. But I’d be interested to know how many of those points came from kicking out his legs after a jump shot to induce a foul call. Anyway, here are the rest of his highlights:
Image via Getty [h/t Bleacher Report]