The Los Angeles Clippers were one of the most unexpected success stories during the lockout-shortened 2011-12 NBA season. The perennial losers made some blockbuster roster moves before the season and wound up with a solid team that enjoyed a strong playoff run. The Clippers front office is already hard at work trying to firm up a squad that will be even stronger in the coming season.
Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports reports that the contract will be for four years and would be worth up to $25 million dollars, including bonuses.
Crawford was an unrestricted free agent after opting out of a $5.2 million contract with the Blazers. Over a 12-year career, Crawford has averaged 15.3 points per game and at 6'5, will provide the Clippers with much-needed backcourt size.
The 2010 NBA Sixth Man of the Year winner will be able to sign, along with all other NBA free agents, on July 11.
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