Last week, former Northwestern guard Drew Crawford worked out for Michael Jordan's Hornets. Now he's working out for Jordan's old team.
Crawford tweeted out a picture of himself in Bulls workout attire as he worked out for his hometown NBA team in Deerfield on Monday.
As a kid I dreamed about working out for the home town team I loved. I'm so grateful for these opportunities. pic.twitter.com/8qIFmhRIeJ— Drew Crawford (@TheRealDrewski1) June 16, 2014
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The Bulls are the latest NBA team Crawford has worked out for ahead of this month's draft. He's previously worked out with the Hornets, Bucks, Jazz, Pistons and Magic.
While Crawford is not expected to be selected in the draft, he's trying to earn a job with a team after finishing a five-year college career at Northwestern that saw him become the school's second all-time leading scorer.
Perhaps he can get a good job recommendation from Northwestern head coach Chris Collins. Chris' father, Doug, used to coach the Bulls back during the Jordan years.
One thing's for sure: Crawford is living the dream of every kid who grew up in Chicagoland watching the Bulls.