Problem is great handling doesn't equal great play making. He can make great passes at times but he definitely looks to score first and pass later and even his passes tends to look fancy via lob or no look. Clips can't afford to not have a traditional PG.
Plus with Reddick out indefinitely and Dudley struggling, Crawford has even moved forward to the starting line-up as a SG already next to Barnes as a SF.
I actually wouldn't mind Miller on the Clips but only if wouldn't bitch about playing time. Dude still feels like he is in his prime.
I don't watch them as much as you likely do, but he seems effective when he's on the court. He wouldn't help Jordan much, and Griffin to a lesser degree, but if he were told to be the lead PG, he would adjust his style.
Miller needs 25 a night... he won't bitch otherwise. He was getting fucked with in Denver, 13 one night, 30 the next, that kind of shit.
Crawford can't adjust to be an effective and consistent PG, they've tried and it wasn't very beneficial. Crawford is an old dog in the league and you just can't teach an old dog new tricks. His strongest suit is to score and that is what they need him for, whether via iso or spot up Js, not creating another shot for anyone else.
If Crawford would have sufficed, then they wouldn't have signed 10-day contracts to other PGs as back-up for Collison.
Woodson is the first baked potato to coach an NBA team. Inspirational really.
Melo just left his man wide open for a three and then came down and took an awful three himself. Not a peep from woodson. Shumpert or someone else does that, he'd rip them a new one and they'd be on the bench.