Jamal Crawford could be one step closer to having a new home after reportedly receiving a two-year, $10 million offer from the Portland Trailblazers.
Agent Andy Miller confirms Portland's interest in guard Jamal Crawford. They have offered 2 years, $10 million. Crawford considering
The move will also reportedly cause the Blazers to either use the amnesty clause on Brandon Roy or means that the team will receive a medical exception from the league on behalf of Roy to be able to offer Crawford the full mid-level exception. Indiana also extended a two-year, $10 million offer that also includes an opt-out that would allow Crawford to become a free agent again next summer. No word yet on whether or not the Portland offer includes an opt-out.
Minnesota and New York have also been pursuing Crawford although the Timberwolves may have pulled out. The Knicks seemed to be a popular landing spot for Crawford during the offseason but the Knicks can only offer a fraction of the money that is being offered by Portland and Indiana.
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