Jordan Crawford Tweets His December Stat Line, Apparently in Frustration

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NBA All-Star Weekend has come and gone, so the Association will get back to playing meaningful games Tuesday. For the Wizards, "meaningful" means continuing to trend in the right direction; they entered the in-season break as winners of four of their last five.

Meanwhile, guard Jordan Crawford probably spent his mini-vacation the same way he spent Washington's three games prior to the break: sitting and doing nothing. Crawford has not played since Feb. 6, and even then, he only played six minutes. Sunday, Crawford sent out this cryptic tweet: 

I'm bad with numbers, but Crawford's tweet seems to be telling us that he averaged 20 points, six assists and five rebounds per game during the month of December. (HINT: It is.)

Crawford has a point. While John Wall and Nene were both out with injuries, Crawford picked up the slack for the then-league-worst Wizards. Yet, since those two have returned, the 24-year-old has seen his role diminished by head coach Randy Wittman.

An ankle injury might have something to do with it, but then again, trade rumors could be playing a factor as well (the trade deadline is Thursday afternoon). Either way, this is certainly not part of Crawford's steez

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