Kobe Bryant says Jamal Crawford should be Sixth Man of YearPosted by Inside Hoops
“He gets my nomination for sixth man of the year,” Bryant said of Crawford after Thursday’s Lakers practice.
It’s quite an endorsement, though Crawford’s numbers speak pretty well for themselves.
Crawford, who comes off the bench for the Clippers, is averaging 16.5 points in 29.1 minutes a game. He was instrumental in the Clippers’ franchise-best 17-game winning streak and has helped the team to an impressive 25-8 record.
Crawford, 32, was named sixth man of the year in 2010, but he’s never made an All-Star team.
– Reported by Melissa Rohlin of the Los Angeles Times