Jamal Crawford is a man of many talents.
He’s easily one of the best “microwave” players in the NBA, being able to get hot at any second and put on a show that is comparable to the Stephen Curry’s and Kevin Durant’s of the league. He’s also one of the best ball-handlers in the league, as Crawford has been embarrassing opposing players with moves you’d rarely catch at your local playground for the last 13 years. Now he’s a man with fantastic memory.
After last night’s win against the Oklahoma City Thunder, the sideline reporter unintentionally asked Crawford to name all 17 of the coaches he’d played for since being drafted in 2000 and, well, he did it without effort (per r/nba/):
This is no easy task. Ask yourself who all of your high school teachers are. Or try naming all of your co-workers. To make the task harder, do it immediately after completing a tough, vigorous task like Crawford did as he scored 36 points in 39 minutes of play to defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder, arguably the best team in the NBA.
Touchè, Crawford. Touchè.