Jamal Crawford Rejects Pacers, Eyes Knicks, Trail Blazers And Kings

Jamal Crawford has rejected a two-year, $10 million offer from the Indiana Pacers, a source tells Mike Wells of the Indianapolis Star. The deal would have paid Crawford $5 million in 2011-12 with an opt-out clause to allow him to test free agency next summer, Marc Stein reported earlier Tuesday. So where will the 11-year veteran end up? SI.com's Sam Amick has the latest:

As Blazers Edge points out, LaMarcus Aldridge has put on his recruiting hat: 

Crawford is ranked No. 17 in SB Nation's list of Top NBA Free Agents. For context of what kind of offer he might receive, he was ranked two slots below Grant Hill, who signed a one-year, $6.5 million deal to remain in Phoenix, and two slots above J.J. Barea, who signed a four-year, $19 million deal with the Timberwolves.  

For more on the Kings, visit Sactown Royalty, for the latest on the Knicks, visit Posting and Toasting, and for a look at the Trail Blazers, visit Blazers EdgeFor the latest news and rumors league-wide, follow our comprehensive NBA Free Agency StoryStream.

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