Jamal Crawford has never been named an all-star, but he's nearly impossible to guard one-on-one. 

That's why the 6-5 Michigan man has lasted 15 years in the NBA and been tapped Sixth Man of the Year twice. 

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It's also why Clippers coach Doc Rivers had no problem turning to him with the score tied and the clock winding down against the Jazz on Friday night. Matched up against 6-10 Utah big man Derrick Favors, Crawford calmly rose up and sank a 3-pointer with two-tenths of a second to go, to catapult his team to a 102-99 victory. 

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That's a bad man!