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Jamal Crawford: the NBA's Last Seven-Year Man

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"Crawford went to the Knicks in 2004 in a sign-and-trade with the Bulls, agreeing to a seven-year, $56 million contract. Crawford’s was one of four seven-year contracts signed in 2004. In June of 2005, the new CBA stipulated that maximum contract length would be shortened to six seasons. Crawford has the distinction of being the NBA’s final seven-year man. Erick Dampier agreed to a seven-year, $73 million contract in a sign-and-trade between the Mavericks and Warriors. Kobe Bryant signed a seven-year, $136 million contract with the Lakers in July of 2004. Finally, Kenyon Martin agreed to a seven-year, $92.5 million sign-and-trade from the Nets to Nuggets in 2004." Via Christopher Reina, RealGM.com

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