Jamal Crawford To Opt Out Of Contract

Blazers guard Jamal Crawford will opt out of his contract for 2012/13, a source tells Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports (via Twitter).  The option would have paid Crawford $5.23MM next season.

The move allows Crawford to become an unrestricted free agent for the second year in a row.  Crawford has an earlier-than-usual June 15th deadline to make the opt-out official but is expected to exercise it soon.  A little over two weeks ago it was reported that the guard was expected to decline the option.

There are a number of clubs that have been linked to the 32-year-old including the Wolves, Suns, and Warriors.  Crawford nearly landed in Minnesota at the trade deadline as part of a three-team deal before the Wolves backed out.

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3 thoughts on “Jamal Crawford To Opt Out Of Contract

  1. Cmedeberry

    Good riddence JC. Forever a journeyman. Its hard to root for a guy that changes teams every freekn’year.

  2. He added a positive element to the team and contributed greatly I thought. Plus, he’s a decent person and a nice guy, too bad and this is Portland’s loss. Best of luck Jay!


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