2010 NBA Draft, 27th Pick: Nets Select Jordan Crawford, Trade Him To Hawks

You might remember Jordan Crawford from the crazy Xavier-Kansas State Sweet 16 this past year; that's right, the 35-foot jumper that forced a second overtime. Well now he has an NBA home, heading down to Atlanta after the Nets took him 27th overall and shipped him to the Hawks as part of the Damion James trade.

Crawford packs quite a bit of scoring punch, and provides decent insurance if Joe Johnson does indeed leave Atlanta this offseason.

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