In his time with the T-Wolves, Crawford averaged 10 points with 2.3 assists while coming off the bench, while only shooting 41.5 percent from the field.
Recently, it was announced that Crawford would most likely not be returning to Minnesota, as he will probably decline his $4.5 million player option.
This news emerged earlier, and now it seems the rumor is coming true, as he appears to want to test the free agency waters.
There is no certainty as to where he may possibly end up, but it is clear that the 38-year-old still has some gas left in his tank.
Where do you want to see Jamal Crawford playing next season? Golden State again? How about the team that drafted him, Cleveland? pic.twitter.com/23mvoqGgme— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) June 18, 2018
No matter where he ends up, it will continue to be fun watching Crawford put on a clinic at his age, as the NBA veteran still has something to offer.