Jamal Crawford has been in the league for a while now. He has seen a lot of NBA legends and great players hit the hardwood with or against him, so he knows all about the legacy that LeBron James withholds.

In 18 long and enduring seasons in the NBA, Jamal 'Crossover' has averaged a solid 15.3 points, 3.5 assists, 2.3 rebounds on 41% shooting from the field and 35% from beyond the arc. It's been a pretty successful career so far for Crawford, and it certainly doesn't look like it's coming to and end very soon. Jamal is still able to knock down huge three-pointers and break his defender's ankles, something he has been doing for almost two decades.

When Crawford entered his 5th season in the league, LeBron James was entering his first, and at this point in their careers, they have both proven what the hype that surrounded them when they entered the league at a young age.

Crawford tweets about LeBron James during game one

During game one of the much anticipated Eastern Conference Finals series between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics, Jamal Crawford sat at home and enjoyed the game. He made sure to make tweets to his fan base on what is going on in the game, keeping them up to date while expressing his own opinion. LeBron James went off with 38 points and 9 rebounds in game one, another spectacular playoff performed for the King this year.

And Jamal Crawford praised it.

Jamal may be right, LeBron is certainly playing a level or two above anyone else right now. The Kid from Akron is averaging a crazy 34.8 points, 9.0 rebounds, 7.1 assists, 2.1 steals and 1.3 blocks on extraordinary shooting numbers, 56% from the field and 43.4% from downtown. These stats collate this year's postseason, as one of if not the best LeBron James playoff run of his career.

The Cavaliers have also started the playoff run an amazing 9-0, sweeping their first two opponents. Further making the case for it being the King's greatest postseason run.

Jamal still showing love to Boston

Although Boston Celtics fans, players and coaching staff are disappointed with the performance in game one.

Jamal Crawford still has high hopes for the young team, led by head coach Brad Stevens. Often there isn't a lot of times where you can look back at a loss and take something from it, but Crawford believes the C's can.

Jamal is praising the second half performance from the squad in green, showing that he still believes they can do damage against this Cavaliers team if they're focused and use this momentum. But at the end of the day, with LeBron and the Cavs playing at such a high level, does Boston even stand a chance?