Jamal Crawford's wait to find a new home in the NBA reportedly has come to an end after he agreed to a deal with the Brooklyn Nets.
Per Charania, players who signed an NBA or G League deal within the past two seasons would be made available to clubs.
He had a string of 16 consecutive seasons averaging at least 10 points per game and is a 34.8 percent shooter from three-point range in his career.
Last year with the Phoenix Suns, Crawford's scoring average dipped to 7.9 points in 64 games.
The Suns only used him for an average of 18.9 minutes per game last season, the second-fewest of his career after his rookie campaign (17.2 minutes).