LaMarcus Aldridge nudges guard Jamal Crawford to consider Spurs
Minnesota guard Jamal Crawford will decline his player option with the Timberwolves making him an unrestricted free agent, and San Antonio Spurs' LaMarcus Aldridge would like for him to consider the Alamo City.
After Aldridge was named to the 2017-18 All-NBA Second Team, Crawford applauded him on the accomplishment, causing LaMarcus to thank him as well as nudge him into thinking about joining the Spurs.
Last season, Jamal averaged 10.3 points and shot 47 percent from the floor off the bench.
He is considered one of the NBA's best bench players, having won the NBA's 6th Man of the Year Award three times.
He is 38-years old but continues to show he has plenty left in the tank. Not to mention, he is a mentor to Spurs' Dejounte Murray.
Although Aldridge doesn't make roster decisions, the Spurs could look to Crawford in the offseason.
What say you Spurs fans? Like Aldridge, do you want to see Crawford consider signing with the Spurs. Let me know at @JeffGSpursZone.