Crittenton Faces Former Team
When the Wizards acquired Javaris Crittenton from Memphis for a conditional first-round pick in December, the second-year guard and former first-round pick was thrilled to come to a place where he would finally get a chance to show what he could do.
Entering tonight's game against the Grizzlies, Crittenton hasn't exactly busted out but he has shown steady signs of growth while earning more minutes. His best effort came the other night in Philly where Crittenton scored 15 points and dished out 7 assists in 20 minutes.
In Memphis, he was stuck behind a stable of guards that included Mike Conley, O.J. Mayo and Kyle Lowry and fell completely out of former coach Marc Iavaroni's rotation, appearing in only seven games.
Needless to say, Crittenton will have plenty of motivation when he gets into the game tonight.
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