NBA stars once again took the court in Seattle this weekend.
Atlanta stars Trae Young, Dejounte Murray and John Collins combined for 103 points in Sunday’s game at The CrawsOver, a pro-am league based in Seattle. The exhibition provided several show-stopping highlights from the Hawks’ new trio, including an off-the-backboard alley-oop from Young (37 points, 13 assists) to Murray (39 points, 9 rebounds, 7 assists) and several lobs from Murray to Collins (27 points, 17 rebounds).
The game was streamed by the NBA as the league continues its goal to engage with fans throughout the offseason and widen its scope of basketball content.
Sunday’s game capped an exciting weekend of pro-am basketball. On Saturday, the top two picks in the 2022 NBA Draft Paolo Banchero and Chet Holmgren teamed up in The CrawsOver where they combined for 84 points at Jamal Crawford’s pro-am league in Seattle.
This marks the second time a pro-am league has been featured on NBA platforms, with coverage of the Drew League also being streamed on weekends. Below is more information about The CrawsOver.
What is The CrawsOver?
Once known as the Seattle Pro-Am Basketball League, The CrawsOver is a high-level summer pro-am league that features a mix of current and former professional, international, minor league and collegiate players. The league was founded by Jamal Crawford, a Seattle native and 20-year NBA veteran.
Which NBA players have played in The CrawsOver?
Many players that participate in the event have ties to the city of Seattle, including Crawford, Banchero, Zach LaVine, Dejounte Murray, Isaiah Thomas and Kevin Porter Jr. Other superstars such as Kevin Durant, Chris Paul, Kyrie Irving, Paul George and Blake Griffin have also played in the event.
Where are The CrawsOver games played?
Games are held at Seattle Pacific University.