At 37 years old, Jamal Crawford will be the oldest player on the Timberwolves' roster. But although he's up there in age, he still has his killer crossover – hence the nickname, J. Crossover.
In a video posted to Instagram on Saturday, Crawford is shown taking part in the "Crawsover Pro Am" in Seattle, which is a league that's been rebranded multiple times but has existed for over two decades.
Check out the footage of Crawford embarrassing this defender:
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Crawford has played mostly shooting guard over the last five years, but he can also run the point if needed. He's shot just 41 percent from the field in his 17-year career, but his 35 percent mark from downtown is where he'll earn his keep.
Over the course of his career, Crawford has won the Sixth Man of the Year Award three times – most recently in the 2016.
Minnesota has yet to announce his signing, but multiple outlets report it's a two-year deal worth $9 million, which includes a player option in year two.