|1997 NBA Draft||NBA||Drafted 51st overall by Atlanta.|
|30th July, 1997||NBA||Signed a partially guaranteed one year minimum salary contract with Atlanta.|
|21st January, 1999||NBA||Re-signed by Atlanta to a guaranteed one year minimum salary contract.|
|24th August, 1999||NBA||Re-signed by Atlanta to a seven year, $19,250,000 contract. Included team option for 2005/06.|
|24th February, 2005||NBA||Waived by Atlanta.|
|1993 - 1997||Marquette (NCAA)|
|June 1997 - February 2005||Atlanta Hawks (NBA)|
March 19, 2013
Chris Crawford - Crawford founded Slam Dunk Stables in 2003, but their progress is unknown.
April 19, 2011
Chris Crawford - Chris Crawford and his wife Stacy (highschool sweetheart and former Indiana State volleyball player) had a daughter in September. Congratulations!
Chris Crawford trivia: in addition to his lengthy if injury ridden NBA career, Chris Crawford spent two seasons in the Houston Astros organisation as a pitcher. His walk numbers were quite high, but otherwise, he put up OK numbers. Giving up only 1 home run in 93 innings will keep you in most games.
January 24, 2010
- Chris Crawford
As regular readers will know, Crawford has been a particular point of interest over the years due to his complete disappearance a few years ago. That issue was addressed at length here, and an impassioned two person internet campaign to find Chris Crawford produced the following results:
1) He lives in Galesburg, Michigan.
2) He owns a company called "Slam Dunk Stables," a thoroughbred racing stable that either is or was part-owned by Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
I don't think we need any more than that.