Zach LaVine has epic reaction to Jamal Crawford’s surprise dunk
Three-time NBA Sixth Man of the Year winner Jamal Crawford is still showing off his hops at 37 years old. Featuring in Isaiah Thomas’ fifth edition of the annual Zeke-End tournament in Tacoma, Crawford impressively threw down a an in-game one-handed alley-oop jam.
Even two-time NBA Slam Dunk Contest winner Zach LaVine was amazed by Crawford’s unexpected showing of athleticism, as seen in his priceless reaction.
— Al Ward (@AWProductions_) August 4, 2018
Jamal Crawford himself shared the highlight clip on his own Twitter account, stating that he had temporarily absorbed LaVine’s jumping prowess at that instant. Crawford also could not help but be amused with how the Chicago Bulls guard reacted to his brief blast from the past.
— Jamal Crawford (@JCrossover) August 4, 2018
Crawford is currently one of the most sought-after free agents still available in the market. Despite already having 18 seasons under his belt, the 6-foot-5 combo guard still remains to be a potent scorer off the bench. Although his numbers have understandably dropped over the past few years, several teams are still interested in signing Crawford.
Not only is Crawford a lethal weapon that can get it going at any given time, but his durability is also second to none. Over the past three years, the Seattle Washington native has only missed a total of five regular season contests.
Zach LaVine and the Chicago Bulls have one of the youngest core of players in the NBA, and adding in a veteran like Crawford would not be a terrible idea for the franchise. Seeing how impressed LaVine was with Crawford, it wouldn’t be surprising for the Bulls star to start campaigning for a roster spot for Crawford.