When J Crossover gets it going there are not many players in the league more fun to watch.
That’s how Jamal Crawford earned his Sixth Man of the year awards (including last season).
But there is a lot more to Seattle’s Crawford, and this very well done Ball is Life documentary touches on a lot of it. Crawford is one of the NBA’s good guys, but a guy who has had a nomadic NBA career (six teams and 13 different head coaches). With the Clippers he seems to finally have found a home on a contender, but the more interesting story is his roots. I love all the high school footage.
This documentary is a little more than 20 minutes, but worth it. Carve out the time.