Jordan Crawford has left the building. Or rather, the country.
Unable to find a home with an NBA team, the ex-Wizard is heading to China.
Crawford signed with the Xinjiang Flying Tigers.
This is quite the turnaround for the former first-round selection. After wearing out his welcome in Washington and losing playing time to Bradley Beal, Crawford found new life with the Boston Celtics last season, winning Eastern Conference Player of the Week in December.
The lottery-bound Celtics then traded the combo guard to the playoff-contending Golden State Warriors for an assortment of second-round picks.
That marriage didn't work out as hoped and Golden State eventually replaced Crawford in the rotation by acquiring guard Steve Blake.
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