Published on September 27th, 2018 | by Landon Buford0
Jamal Crawford Might Head To The Big 3, Once He Retires From The NBA
The Big 3 was a big hit this summer with former NBA players such as Nate Robinson, Jamario Moon, Drew Gooden, Dahntay Jones, Andre Emmett, Carlos Boozer, Metta World Peace, and Chris “Bird Man” Anderson joining the league.
The season would end with Power and Nancy Liberman capturing their first Big 3 championship in Brooklyn, New York at the Barclay Center. The Tuesday prior to the game Big 3 Co-Founder Jeff Kwatinez shared with media in a conference that he heard from a credible source that Kobe would play in the Big 3 next season. Of course, when one of the participates in the phone heard it they immediately went to twitter. Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson tweeted what heard and Twitter erupted from there.
— Brandon Robinson (@ScoopB) August 21, 2018
Earlier this Summer Robinson had 18-year veteran Jamal Crawford on the Scoop B Radio Podcast and he was asked his thoughts about the Big 3.
“I’m a fan of it,”
— BIG3 (@thebig3) September 26, 2018
Jamal Crawford is an 18 year NBA veteran from Seattle, Washington and has won three Sixth Man of the Year awards. During his early two decades in the National Basketball Association, but it seems once he ready to hang it up in the Association three on three basketball might be his next venture.Tweet