NBA Trade News: Free Agent Jordan Crawford Agrees To Sign Camp Deal With Chicago Bulls
Free agent shooting guard Jordan Crawford has agreed to sign a non-guaranteed camp deal with the Chicago Bulls.
In the Summer League in Las Vegas, Crawford featured with the Dallas Mavericks. During last off-season, Crawford signed with Xinjiang in the Chinese Basketball Association. He played in five games before being ruled out with an eye injury. Crawford also played six games for Fort Wayne during the NBA D-League.
Crawford in NBA has averaged 12.2 points 3.2 assists and 2.6 rebounds in 24.7 minutes per game in 257 games featuring for four teams. He split his 2013 season with two teams, Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors. The shooting guard was acquired by the Atlanta Hawks in their 27th overall pick during 2010 NBA draft. Crawford had a purple patch in Boston, the best so far in his NBA career, where he averaged 13.7 points and 5.7 assists.
Crawford is going to be their 16th contract for the Chicago Bulls.