Jae Crowder


Sunday NBA Playoff Prop Bets: Fats suggests Khris Middleton, Bruce Brown, Jae Crowder, Giannis and the Joker

2-2 yesterday with a minuscule loss. Two games, five plays. Double-double odds very interesting today as Bruce Brown is a +365 and Kyrie Irving and Blake Griffin are both +600. Really? I don't think any are particularly likely, especially if we get another brick-fest, but from a betting standpoint I don't see how Brown would be more likely to go double-double than the other two. But that's why THEY get paid the big bucks.

Suns' Jae Crowder: Blocks four shots as Suns sweep

Crowder had nine points (2-4 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 3-3 FT), 10 rebounds, one assist and four blocks in Sunday's Game 4 win over Denver. The veteran drained a pair of threes and nearly had a double-double, but he stole the show on the defensive end, tallying four blocks to tie his season-high. After a rough start to the playoffs, Crowder has found a groove offensively, as he's now hit multiple three-pointers in seven consecutive games. The Marquette product has made at least 50 percent of his attempts in four of the last five contests.

In Jae Crowder, the Suns Have an Enforcer With Some Flair

The Phoenix Suns had a growing lead on Wednesday night when Aaron Gordon of the Denver Nuggets tried to move toward the 3-point line on an offensive possession. He definitely tried. The problem was Jae Crowder had blocked Gordon’s path with his 6-foot-6, 235-pound frame. There was shoving and arguing, then a flurry of whistles and a mild tussle appeared in danger of turning into a full-blown fracas.

Jae Crowder ready to 'salsa' to NBA title with Phoenix Suns, fans

Jae Crowder is ready to salsa all the way to an NBA championship – and further haunt LeBron James in the process. After helping the Phoenix Suns win their fifth straight playoff game in Wednesday's 123-98 Game 2 victory over the Denver Nuggets at Phoenix Suns Arena, Crowder made reference to the salsa dance he two-stepped late in their closeout of James and the defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers.

Jae Crowder, Aaron Gordon get into scuffle

The Suns ended up winning the game 123-98 and take a 2-0 series lead. The series will continue with Games 3 and 4 in Denver later in the week. The Suns were 5.5-point favorites over the Denver Nuggets in Phoenix for Game 2 on Wednesday evening, according to FanDuel.

Nuggets-Suns player props: Jae Crowder heating up from 3

Trae Young threw up a dud, Danny Green and Kawhi Leonard were limited from beyond the arc, and we enjoyed a clean sweep Monday, pushing our player prop record to 6-1 on the week. Wednesday features Game 2 between the Nuggets and Suns. We cashed both our props in the...
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Jae Crowder taunts LeBron James with salsa celebration, gets ejected

Phoenix Suns forward Jae Crowder just got himself tossed out of the game in the dying moments of their Game 6 win over the Los Angeles Lakers. Crowder mocked reigning Finals MVP LeBron James’ latest TV commercial by pulling out his own salsa moves after the Suns were up big against the defending champions at Staples Center.
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Jae Crowder Trolls LeBron James on Instagram After Suns Beat Lakers

Eliminating LeBron James and the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers in six games in the first round wasn't enough for Phoenix Suns forward Jae Crowder. He had to shade the King as well. Crowder busted out a salsa dance in the waning moments of Thursday's 113-100 victory, which was a...
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Jae Crowder continues to kick LeBron while he’s down on Instagram

Phoenix Suns forward Jae Crowder has no issue coming at the King, especially after defeating the Lakers in six games. Crowder’s veteran presence as a three-and-D stalwart proved extremely effective against LeBron the entire series. Sure, James wasn’t at full strength, but Crowder managed to slow down the King in transition and in key moments one-on-one.
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Jae Crowder salsa dancing on LeBron was the best trash of the playoffs

This has easily been the most gloriously petty NBA Playoffs in recent memory. That’s perhaps best typified by Jae Crowder, who salsa danced in LeBron’s face after the Phoenix Suns eliminated the Los Angeles Lakers. This is an savage troll, but also seems utterly innocent — which is why I...