LOS ANGELES -- When Jamal Crawford was asked about Klay Thompson's historic, 37-point third quarter and if he could remember ever being that hot, he smiled.
"Oh, yeah," Crawford said, without missing a beat, before Monday's game against the Denver Nuggets. "Definitely."
It was probably an appropriate response from one of only four players in NBA history (along with Wilt Chamberlain, Bernard King and Moses Malone) to score 50 or more points with three different teams. Cr