Guard comes to NY in six-player swap
Jamal Crawford is on his way to the New York Knicks.
After signing a seven-year deal with the Chicago Bulls, one that ESPN.com's Marc Stein reports is worth $56 million with a player option to became a free agent again in 2010, the point guard was traded to New York in a six-player deal that was weeks in the making.
In exchange for Crawford and veteran forward Jerome Williams, New York gave the
Bulls got former Illinois standout Frank Williams, center Dikembe
Mutombo, forward ...
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