Crawford named sixth man of year
ATLANTA -- Jamal Crawford already got what he wanted most -- a trip to the playoffs.
On Tuesday, he picked up an extra reward for his unselfishness.
After willingly accepting a backup role for the first time in his career, the Atlanta Hawks guard was named the NBA Sixth Man of the Year in a landslide.
"You have to check your ego at the door," the 30-year-old Crawford said. "It's all about winning. You do what you've got to do."
He had never been on a winning team until ...
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