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Jamal Crawford to return to Bulls?

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Several outlets are reporting that the Bulls and Hawks continue to discuss a potential sign-and-trade deal that would send Jamal Crawford back to Chicago.

Crawford spent the first four years of his career with the Bulls after being acquired in a draft-day trade in 2000. The 13-year veteran averaged 14.2 points for the Hawks last season and but has averaged has averaged 17.9 points since 2003-04 even if he is a defensive liability.

While Crawford can be a defensively liability, he may be the best-case scenario for the Bulls in terms of acquiring a proven scorer who can create shots off the dribble and prevent teams from collapsing on Derrick Rose. Jason Richardson is another possibility, although ball-handling has never been his strength.

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ALRIGHT!!!!

The Bulls will win it all with the explosive crawford

I think jamal crawford should come back 2 the bulls if he want a ring

They should go for someone younger like Nick Young

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