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The midseason acquisition of Jordan Crawford gave the Warriors a much needed scorer off the bench. Playing his fourth NBA season, Crawford averaged 8.4 points in 15.7 minutes over 25 games with the Dubs after starting in place of the injured Rajon Rondo for the first half of the season in Boston. The Warriors were 12-4 when Crawford scored at least 10 points, and that includes the regular season finale when he went off for 41 points in a win at Denver. That was one of just two 40-point games by a Warriors reserve this season, and it marked the first time a Warriors player has done that off the bench since Cazzie Russell in March of 1974.

Access more notes and numbers from Jordan Crawford’s 2013-14 season in the photo gallery below.



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