Jamal Crawford is one of the best dribblers in the NBA. The moves he can do with just a basketball and his hand can be compared to the best in the world, making him an icon for aspiring young ballers who want to cross everybody up. Crawford has been doing this dazzling for a while. The 36 year old Los Angeles Clippers shooting guard has been in the league since 2000, and still has room left in the tank to school people in the Seattle Pro-Am games.
Crawford’s team, Brandblack, had made it to the Finals for the 3rd straight time after Jamal Crawford had dropped 44 points in the Semi-Finals to push them their in the first place. Crawford is showing Seattle not only does he have more left in the tank, but he’s still got more to show. In the championship game, Brandblack beat out Team Ball Is Life in the Seattle Pro-Am, thanks to a game winner by Terrence Williams and Jamal Crawford’s 35 points. Video Via Ball is Life 2.0: