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Crawford was openly unhappy in Boston, but his first season in L.A. hasn't been full of unbridled joy either; he has had hamstring and elbow injuries and the Dodgers have struggled. On April 15, when every MLB player wore number 42 for Jackie Robinson Day, Crawford, 31, rocked special edition Jordan Brand number 42 cleats—one blue, one white.
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The six-year, $119 million free-agent contract Johnson signed in 2010 has been criticized as overgenerous, but you have to admire his effort against the Bulls in the first round of the postseason. Playing through a left foot injury, the 31-year-old averaged 14.9 points in Brooklyn's seven-game loss.
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