On September 16, 2011, I wrote that Jamal Crawford was on to the next one after he officially terminated Aaron Goodwin of Goodwin Sports Management as his representative. Crawford had not given any indication as to who would become his next agent of record. According to the NY Daily News, Crawford has finally made a decision, opting to sign with Andy Miller of ASM Sports.
Frank Isola of the NY Daily News seemed to somehow think that Crawford’s new relationship with Miller, in particular, may lead him to signing with the New York Knicks or the New Jersey Nets. He seems to base that theory on Miller being domiciled in New Jersey, close to both teams. Yes, that logic sounds silly to me, as well. However, Miller does have three clients on the Knicks roster.