Jamal Crawford Didn't Need to Watch His 30-Foot Shot; He Knew It Was Going In

Crawford took a page right out of Steph Curry's shot book.

Last night, the Los Angeles Clippers got run off the court by the Golden State Warriors, but that didn't stop Jamal Crawford from performing the most talked about move in the game while simultaneously stealing a page out of the book written by Steph Curry.

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Last night, the Los Angeles Clippers got run off the court by the Golden State Warriors, but that didn't stop Jamal Crawford from performing the most talked about move in the game while simultaneously stealing a page out of the book written by Steph Curry.

Crawford, who was pulling up for shots miles behind the 3-point line when Curry was still in diapers, was the Clippers' last resort on a broken offensive possession in the second quarter. Catching a pass 30 feet out with the shot clock at 2 and Shaun Livingston all up in his grill, Crawford launched a rocket from near mid-court, then turned his back and strolled away as if he knew it was going in.

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It was Curry-esque, though Crawford couldn't help peeking back to make sure he didn't pull a Nick Young. Still, it was impressive to see a player with so much confidence in a shot he hoisted up from out in the Pacific ocean.


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