Jamal Crawford needs to make more room at home for another trophy.
The 36-year-old Los Angeles Clippers guard won the NBA's Sixth Man Award on Tuesday, becoming the first three-time winner as the league's best reserve. Two years ago, he was the oldest to receive the honor.
"It's always weird being up here by yourself because this is truly a team award," he said during a presentation at the team's practice facility, with teammates including Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan and J.J. Redick joining in a standing ovation.
"I made shots but I couldn't do it if Doc (Rivers) didn't draw up the plays and my teammates didn't pass me the ball. It's not...