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Clippers' Jamal Crawford wins NBA's sixth-man award
Clippers' Jamal Crawford wins NBA's sixth-man award

The Clippers' Jamal Crawford made NBA history on Thursday, becoming the oldest player ever to win the league's sixth-man award as well as the first person ever to earn the honor with two teams. The 34-year-old guard led all reserve players with 18.6 points a game this season, better than his 18-point average from the first time he won the award in 2009-10 as a member of the Atlanta Hawks. Crawford came off the bench in 45 of the 69 games he played and set a team record by making 161 three-pointers. “I actually think he won it because I think voters saw him doing other things for the team — playing defense, running the team at the point guard position when Chris...

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