Los Angeles Times
It's hard to come off the bench and get an All-Star nod. Example: James Harden, overlooked with the Thunder, but an obvious All-Star starting for the Rockets. It's the same for Clippers shooting guard Jamal Crawford. An ex-Sixth Man of the Year winner, he's likely to get that award again this season.
He has been so good off the bench that Crawford is second in scoring on the team. And it has meant the Clippers' starters usually only have to play even with the opposition before their bench, led by Crawford, outscores the other team's reserves.
He ha scored 50 or more points three times...