Jamal Crawford adds another layer to his broadcast expertise.
The three-time former NBA sixth man will reportedly replace Dwyane Wade on Tuesday night’s TNT coverage of the National Basketball Association, according to Andrew Marchand. New York Post.
Crawford will join the Tuesday crew that includes Shaquille O’Neal, Candice Parker and host Adam Lefko. He began broadcasting matches on NBA League Pass alongside former NBA player, Quentin Richardson, in November 2021. He also previously appeared in some NBA matches on TNT last season.
The 42-year-old replaces Dwyane Wade, who spent three years with the network. Earlier this month, the three-time NBA champion said he plans to get involved in other business ventures — including his partial ownership of Jazz — and made the decision not to return despite the company’s offer to keep it, according to the Post.
TNT recently went through a series of layoffs within Warner Bros. Discovery, the parent company of Turner. However, it was reported that Wade’s decision was not related to the current layoffs.
During his 20-year NBA career, Crawford played for nine teams. He has scored 19,419 points and is ranked 61st on the scorers list in the NBA. Those teams include the Bulls, Knicks, Warriors, Hawks, Trail Blazers, Clippers, Timberwolves, Suns and Nets.
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