The Canton Charge, the Cleveland Cavaliers’ D-League affiliate announced that they have acquired guard Jordon Crawford and a third round draft pick from the Westchester Knicks in exchange for a second round draft pick. The Knicks are the New York Knicks’ D-League team.
TRADE: Charge acquire former BGSU G Jordon Crawford + draft pick from Knicks.— Canton Charge (@CantonCharge) February 11, 2017
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Crawford is not to be confused with guard Jordan Crawford, who is a NBA yet and is currently playing for the Grand Rapids Drive. Jordan Crawford also recently tweeted “Bron, holla at ya boy” after LeBron James said the Cavs need a playmaker.
Jordon Crawford, 26, is a 5’6” guard who played college at Bowling Green State University and is from Cincinnati, Ohio. At BGSU, he was honorable mention All-MAC player once. Professionally, his career began in the Canadian NBL and he’d been with Westchester since 2015. In all likelihood, he does not fit into the Cavaliers’ plans. For the Charge, it may serve as protection in case Quinn Cook signs a 10-day contract with an NBA team in the near future.
Here’s some highlights of Crawford if you aren’t familiar with him: