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Maybe Jamal Crawford was telling the truth

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Maybe Jamal Crawford was telling the truth

If you remember that story,before the season started that he never really worked on his game during the offseason,up until this season...everybody was like this dude is then one of the greatest talents ever,i it hit me when i realize that guy is tearing it up in the first 3 games....maybe he was really telling the truth


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well. he is one of the

well. he is one of the greatest offensive talents ever. he did work in the offseason. I dont think that made much of a difference in his game though. what it did was allow him to come in mentally focused and in great basketball shape. he is playing well because he is just in a great situation in LAC. thats really what it sums up to be. same player, better situation.

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Higher commitment level due

Higher commitment level due to possibility of winning?

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One of the greatest offensive talents ever? Biiiiiiggg stretch

If he ever decides to use his killer handle to consistantly drive to the rack, he would be a elite talent.

I have always been a fan of Crawford since he was a 6-5 point guard at Michigan. However I refuse to give a guy making millions kudos for how well he can play without working on his game. That doesnt make you a greater talent, it makes you an a$$hole. People have too little respect for themselves, teammates, effort, etc. The real question is why wasnt he embarassed to say this out loud? This is something a enemy should say about you.

Guess we know why he never got a big time, long term deal till now. I wonder did he work on his game because he was a free agent or since he signed in July, did guys like Chris Paul and Billups put pressure on him to step up.

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dude,

is not that he never worked on his game during off season. HE JUST DIDNT DO DRILLS!!!!!, he ran scrimmages and played 5v5s as opposed to doing shooting drills and whatnot.

its not like he never trained lol

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No &$#%#&@!? How much did you

No &$#%#&@!? How much did you need to realize that ?!

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that awkward moment when you

that awkward moment when you realize scrimmages are meant to work on your game!!!

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WTF. That's just lazy. He and

WTF. That's just lazy. He and Baron Davis should hangout in the offseason and then invite Felton and Diaw over for dinner. What a shame.

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