Add something else to his repertoire -- passing.
It's not a typical statline for the high-scoring reserve, who's averaging 17.1 points and 3.7 assists this season. Last season with the Clippers, he averaged 18.6 points and 3.2 assists a game.
"I looked at halftime, it was actually a great stat: He had zero points and five assists," Rivers said. "I thought, wow, this is unusual and very nice."
Crawford's pass-a-thon came after Rivers said Monday that the team needs to trust each other more. His performance helped the Clippers get 31 assists on 43 field goals.
Crawford said he can't even remember the last time that he had more assists than points.