Report: Wolves interested in Crawford

The Timberwolves are "making a strong push" for Trail Blazer's shooting guard Jamal Crawford, according to HOOPSWORLD. Minnesota has been rumored to be looking for a starting shooting guard to help balance the offense. Crawford is considered a streaky shooter capable of hitting a lot of three-pointers.
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The Timberwolves are "making a strong push" for Trail Blazer's shooting guard Jamal Crawford, according to HOOPSWORLD. Minnesota has been rumored to be looking for a starting shooting guard to help balance the offense. Crawford is considered a streaky shooter capable of hitting a lot of three-pointers.

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