Jamal Crawford's Pro-Am team traveled to Los Angeles last week where it lost 101-94 to a Drew League squad led by former NBA star Baron Davis.
Plenty of former Washington Huskies stars participated in last week’s Battle of Pro-Ams between Los Angeles and Seattle.
It was the second pairing between the Los Angeles-based Drew League and the Crawsover League, which is led by Jamal Crawford who led the Seattle squad to a 135-124 win in 2015.
Unlike their first meeting, Crawford didn’t play and coached from sidelines as former NBA star Baron Davis led the Drew League in a 101-94 victory to reclaim bragging rights as the most dominant summer-league squad on the West Coast in front of a sold-out crowd at Los Angeles Southwest College that included entertainer Jamie Foxx.
The UW stars competing for the Crawsover included: Justin Dentmon, Bobby Jones, Abdul Gaddy and Robert Upshaw who played alongside Mike James, Jacob Wiley, Aaron Broussard and former Washington State star Josh Hawkinson.
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The Drew League team featured Davis, former NBA player Dorell Wrigh, Franklin Session, who scored a team-high 28 points, and Marvin Bagley, the No. 1 prep prospect in the nation who finished with 18 points 20 rebounds.
Both teams promised a rematch at a date and site to be determined.