With the NBA season just around the corner, some true hoopers are getting ready for action by partaking in Pro-Am leagues.
It’s not unusual to see current and former NBA players taking the court to showcase their skills in front of some fans who may never get a chance to watch them play live otherwise.
Notably, Jamal Crawford has one of the most important and popular Pro-Am leagues on Earth right now, The Crawsover.
That’s why his former teammate, Devin Booker, showed up to the event to show some support for the legendary Sixth Man.
Devin Booker pulled up to The Crawsover this weekend to support former teammate Jamal Crawford 🙌
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPoints) August 29, 2023
While he’s never been a good defender, and he’s definitely not young, he was a walking bucket from the beginning of his career up to the very last day he played in the league.
He’s an offensive catalyst off the bench, one of the craftiest combo guards who has ever lived, and a well-respected veteran who’d give any team a strong presence in the locker room.
Crawford posted four 50+ point games throughout the course of his career, including a 51-point masterpiece vs. the Dallas Mavericks at almost 40 years old.
That game happened to be while playing for Booker’s Suns, so there’s no wonder why he has so much respect and love for him.
Crawford announced his retirement from the league, but judging by some recent footage, he could still give any contending team at least 15 minutes off the bench.NEXT: Kevin Durant Leads NBA Players Responding To 'World Champions' Criticism