2013-14 SEASON: Third on the team in scoring with 18.6 points per game and second in free throw percentage (86.6%). • Led NBA reserves in points per game (18.6). • Set team record for most three-point field goals made in a single-season (161). • Appeared in 69 games (24 starts). • Made at least one three-pointer in 63 of 69 games played this season. • Led team in three-point field goals made with 161 and tied for 19th in the NBA in made three-point field goals. • Ranked 9th in the NBA in free throw percentage (86.6%). • Second on the team in total points scored (1282). • Fourth on the team in assists (223). • Fifth on the team in steals (59). • Scored 10+ points 31 times, 20+ points 23 times and 30+ points six times. • Led or tied team in scoring 16 times, assists six times, steals eight times and minutes seven times. PLAYOFFS: Scored 10+ points six times and 20+ points three times. • Third on the team in scoring with 16.5 points per game. • Ranks 12th among playoff participants in free throw percentage at 88.6%. • Registered a franchise playoff record 17 three-point field goals made in a single series. The previous high was 12 set by Vladimir Radmanovic during the 2006 playoffs. • Tied a playoff career-high in three-point field goals made (4) on 5/1 at Golden State while leading the team in scoring with 19 points in addition to two rebounds and three assists. • Recorded 20 points on 5/9 vs. Oklahoma City to lead the bench in scoring in addition to one rebound and two assists. • Finished with 18 points on 5/11 vs. Oklahoma City along with setting or tying playoff career-highs in rebounds (5) and blocks (2). • Accounted for 19 points on 5/13 at Oklahoma City in addition to two rebounds.
PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012-13 (Clippers): Averaged 16.5 points, 1.7 rebounds, 2.5 rebounds and 1.04 steals in 29.3 minutes in 76 games. • Third on the team in scoring. • Finished second in the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year voting behind New York’s J.R. Smith. • Set Clippers franchise record with (149) three-point field goals, surpassing Rasual Butler, who made 145 in 2009-10. • Led or tied team in scoring 21 times, steals 14 times and minutes eight times. • Became first player in franchise history to top 1,200 points in a season without starting a single game. • Was second in the NBA in fourth quarter +/- with +230. • Continued to climb up the NBA’s alltime three-point chart to 17th in league history with 1,536 three-point field-goals in his career. • Season-high 30 points on 11-20 shooting 1/15/13 at Houston. • Team-high 25 points on 11-16 shooting and tied season-highs for rebounds (four) and steals (three) 3/6/13 vs. Milwaukee. • Made at least one three-pointer in 70 of 76 games. • Missed six games due to injury (sore left foot-2, sore right shoulder-1 and sore left ankle-2, personal-1). PLAYOFFS: In six games averaged 14.8 points, 2.0 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 30.0 minutes...Scored in double-figures in five of the six games he appeared in.
2011-12 (Portland): Averaged 13.9 points, 3.2 assists, 2.0 rebounds and 26.9 minutes in 60 games (six starts). • Second on the team in scoring. • Finished first in the NBA in free throw percentage (92.7), shooting 191-206 from the charity stripe. • Crawford converted on 80-206 threepoint field goal attempts this season, good for 30.8% overall and fourth highest on the team. • Converted 37 consecutive free-throw attempts from 4/6/12 at Dallas through 4/16/12 at Phoenix. • 1/27/12 vs. Phoenix, recorded a seasonhigh 10 assists. • 2/10/12 at New Orleans, recorded 31 points while dishing out eight assists off the bench in a 94-86 victory, becoming the first Trail Blazer to register at least 26 points and eight assists off the bench since Geoff Petrie (10/25/70). • 4/11/12 vs. Golden State, scored a season- high 34 points and shot 13-13 from the line.
2010-11 (Atlanta): Averaged 14.2 points, 1.7 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 0.75 steals and 30.2 minutes in 76 games (0 starts). • Ranked second in the NBA in scoring off the bench. • Ranked 22nd in the NBA in free throw percentage (85.4%). • Scored 20-plus points 18 times and 30-plus in three games.• Recorded five four-point plays on the season. • Scored 20-plus points in six straight games (12/30/10-1/12/11). • 1/12/11 at Toronto, notched a season-high 36 points (12-23 FG). PLAYOFFS: In 12 games against Orlando and Chicago, put up 15.4 points, 1.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists…Scored 20+ points five times and in games 1-4 vs. Orlando, became the third bench player in the last 20 years (Kevin McHale in 1991, Nick Van Exel in 2003) to tally 20 points or more in four straight playoff games in a series.
2009-10 (Atlanta): Won the NBA Sixth Man Award after posting averages of 18.0 points, 2.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 79 games off the bench. • Ranked 29th in the NBA in scoring, seventh in three-pointers (163) and 18th in free throw percentage (85.7%). •Scored 20+ points 31 times, including one 30-point effort. PLAYOFFS: Appeared in 11 playoff games, averaging 16.3 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.7 assists…Averaged 15.9 points in the first round vs. Milwaukee and 17.0 points in the second round vs. Orlando.
2008-09 (Golden State – New York): Split time with New York and Golden State, appearing in 65 games (all starts). Averaged 19.7 points, 3.0 rebounds and 4.4 assists on the season. • Traded from New York to Golden State on 11/28/09 in exchange for Al Harrington. • In 54 games with the Warriors, averaged 19.7 points, 3.3 rebounds and 4.4 assists. • 12/20/08 at Charlotte, scored a seasonhigh 50 points and notched career highs in free throws (17) and free throw attempts (18). • Became just the fourth player in NBA history to score 50-plus with three different teams, joining Bernard King, Wilt Chamberlain and Moses Malone.
2007-08 (New York): In 80 games (all starts), averaged a career and team-high 20.6 points (23rd in NBA) to go with 2.6 rebounds and 5.0 assists. • One of only nine NBA players to rank in the top-25 in scoring and assists per game. • Connected on 86.4% of his free throws.
2006-07 (New York): Played in 59 games (36 starts), posting averages of 17.6 points, 3.2 rebounds and 4.4 assists. • 1/26/07 vs. Miami, scored a career-high 52 points, including a career-best eight threepointers and a career-high 20 field goals made.
2005-06 (New York): Averaged 14.3 points, 3.1 rebounds and 3.8 assists in 79 games (27 starts). • Led the Knicks in scoring 22 times and paced the team with 101 three-pointers.
2004-05 (New York): In his first season with the Knicks, averaged 17.7 points, 2.9 rebounds and 4.3 assists in 70 games (67 starts). • His 185 three-pointers marked the second highest total in team history. • Led the team in scoring 26 times and assists 10 times.
2003-04 (Chicago): Posted averages of 17.3 points, 3.5 rebounds and 5.1 assists in 80 games (73 starts). • Set a Bulls record and ranked fifth in the NBA with 165 three-point field goals made. • Became the third player in franchise history to notch a 50-point game (Michael Jordan, Chet Walker).
2002-03 (Chicago): Played in 80 games (31 starts) and averaged 10.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 4.2 assists. • Tallied 20+ points 11 times and 30+ twice.
2001-02 (Chicago): Averaged 9.3 points, 1.5 rebounds and 2.3 assists in 23 games played (six starts). • Made 44.8% of his attempts from behind the three-point line.
2000-01 (Chicago): In his rookie campaign with the Bulls, notched averages of 4.6 points, 1.5 rebounds and 2.3 assists in 61 games (eight starts). • Reached double-figures 10 times.
COLLEGE: In his lone season at Michigan, averaged a team-high 16.6 points and 4.5 assists in 17 games (16 starts).
PERSONAL: Full name is Aaron Jamal Crawford. • Has two sons, Eric and J.J., and a daughter London (born February 2013). • Played basketball for only two years in high school (junior and senior) and was named to Parade magazine’s All America team following senior season. • Played alongside current NBA guard Nate Robinson at Rainer Beach . • His high school jersey number (23) was retired by Rainier Beach in 2001. • Wore a headband at Michigan to honor former Sonics guard Slick Watts. • Favorite Movie: Harlem Nights; actor: Samuel L. Jackson; actress: Halle Berry; singers: Jay-Z, Faith Evans. • Awarded the 2012-13 “Tweeter of the Year” Award by Hoopsworld.com • Follow Crawford on Twitter: @JCrossover.