When Markelle Fultz became an option for the Sixers, they couldn't say no and traded away the No. 3 pick and a future first-round pick to the Celtics to get their target. The Sixers had remained tight-lipped on who they planned to take first overall. Fultz saw it the same way, too.
Washington’s plans for receiver Jamison Crowder don’t simply include making him a full-time starter. “I’ve said all along Jamison can play anywhere,” coach Jay Gruden recently said, via Mark Bullock of the Washington Post. Ultimately, whether Crowder plays running back depends on whether Gruden wants him to.
While rumors were swirling about a possible Paul George deal on draft night, a bunch of people were tweeting at Jae Crowder, ready to send him to Indiana in a deal. Crowder, who isn't shy on social media, liked the series of tweets, perhaps saving them as motivation for later. jae_crowder_twitter_likes_062317.png Crowder had a couple noteworthy moments on Twitter this past season. The first was when he fired back at Celtics fans after the TD Garden cheered for Jazz forward Gordon Hayward. He also exchanged comments with Devin Booker after the Suns guard's 70-point game against the Celtics