Here is everything you should know about Jamal Crawford’s CrawsOver Pro-Am

The CrawsOver Pro Am is a league consisting of professional and amateur players. It is started by arguably the best sixth man that NBA has ever seen, Jamal Crawford.

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The former NBA guard Crawford renamed and revamped the CrawsOver which was previously called Seattle Pro Am, founded in 1996. The founder of the Seattle Pro Am was former NBA name, Doug Christie. Notably, Jamal is Seattle born and raised.

Admission to the league is free and the venue of the games is Royal Brougham Pavilion at Seattle Pacific University. It is a summer league where high-profile NBA names take part, both current players and former stars.

Who played in CrawsOver Pro Am?

Started by 20 years NBA veteran and one of the finest ball-handlers in the league, this league sees players from the national and international grounds.

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Seattle Sonics’ 2008 departure left Seattle with no NBA team and this league makes it one of the most exciting leagues in the city. Basketball fans gather in heavy numbers to witness the top NBA stars on the court.

The top players that have been part of the CrawsOver are Jamal Crawford, Kyrie Irving, Paul George, Blake Griffin, Zach LaVine, Murray, Kevin Porter Jr, Kevin Durant, etc.

Has LeBron played in the CrawsOverr Pro Am?

NBA superstar LeBron James with Celtics star Jason Tatum played in a game at Seattle recently, but it was cancelled before midway due to condensed court. LeBron and Tatum put on a show before it ended before halftime. 

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Notably, Bron played his first game in Seattle after his first run with the Cavs where he played against Sonics. The Seattle City fans were excited as Bron was gracing the floor. 

The playing squads also included athletes like Dejounte Murray, Paolo Banchero, Isaiah Thomas, Aaron Gordon, Chet Holmgren, Tari Eason, etc.

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