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Former Miami Heat forward reveals he’s been getting recurring death threats, fears being separated from daughter
- Updated: January 24, 2021
Crowder, who signed with the Phoenix Suns in November, doesn’t indicate the reason why someone would seek to kill him. However, he noted that the shocking threats will require him to be more vigilant.
In the short period of time that Crowder was with the Heat, he provided solid on-court play. That increased level of performance made him a more viable free agent and led to a three-year contract with the Suns.
Whether or not Crowder’s decision to sign with the Suns is the basis for the death threats or whether the issue could be racially motivated is unknown.
Despite having to deal with the situation, the 30-year-old Crowder is performing at a high level for the Suns. He’s started 12 of the team’s 15 games and is averaging 10.3 points, 4.6 rebounds and 2.3 assists, helping the Suns to an 8-7 record