Jamal Crawford is expected to sign on with the Wolves upon clearing waivers, according to ESPN.com’s Chris Haynes. Crawford was traded to the Hawks in the Danilo Gallinari deal and then waived by the Hawks. The deal is expected to be a two-year deal worth $8.9 million. Crawford is an excellent addition to a team in need of shooters off the bench.Crawford fits perfectly into the Wolves as they desperately need to replace Shabazz Muhammad and others off the bench. He has a solid chance of being named the Sixth Man of the Year for the fourth time. Add him late in drafts.