Crabbe was arrested Tuesday in California on a DUI charge, Chris Vivlamore of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Details surrounding the situation remain unclear, but it's possible Crabbe could face discipline from the NBA or from the Hawks, who acquired him from the Nets earlier in June.
Crabbe was traded to the Hawks on Thursday in exchange for Taurean Prince and a future second-round pick, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
The Nets will also send two first-rounders -- including this year's pick -- to the Hawks in what ultimately amounts to a salary dump. Crabbe is due to make $18.5 million in the final year of his contract, and in clearing that off of their books, the Nets are in position to free up two max slots as free agency approaches. Per Wojnarowski, Brooklyn has its eye on landing Kyrie Irving, as well as a second superstar.
Crabbe (knee) opted into his player option Friday with the Nets for next season, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
The deal will land Crabbe a whopping $18.5 million for the 2019-20 season but it won't guarantee him playing time after shooting below 37 percent from the field over 43 games this season. He'll be spending the offseason rehabbing his right knee after undergoing arthroscopic surgery in April.
Crabbe underwent a right knee arthroscopy Thursday and will be out for the remainder of the season, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
An official timetable for a return to basketball action has not been established, but updates on Crabbe's status will be issued as appropriate. He'll finish the year having played just 43 games for the Nets, averaging 9.6 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.1 assists across 26.3 minutes.
Crabbe (knee) is listed as out for Wednesday's game against the Raptors.
The Nets continue to evaluate Crabbe on a game-by-game basis but it's looking unlikely at this point that the swingman will be able to make it back before the end of the regular season. Crabbe will be sidelined for a ninth consecutive contest Wednesday, paving the way for DeMarre Carroll, Caris LeVert, Joe Harris and Jared Dudley to pick up some extra run on the wing.
Crabbe (knee) has been ruled out of Monday's game against the Bucks, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Crabbe will miss his eighth straight game as he continues to deal with a sore right knee. There's currently no timetable for his return, so it's possible that he doesn't return this season. His next opportunity to play coming Wednesday against the Raptors, and he should be considered questionable for that game at this time.
Crabbe (knee) didn't practice Wednesday and is without a timetable for a return, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
It doesn't sound like Crabbe will be back soon, and it's possible he'll end up being ruled out for the season. He's presumably out Thursday against the 76ers, and his next chance to play would be Saturday against the Celtics.
Crabbe (knee) will not play Monday against Portland, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Crabbe will miss a fifth consecutive contest due to a soreness in his right knee. Expect Caris LeVert and DeMarre Carroll to continue picking up increased minutes in Crabbe's absence.
Crabbe (knee) will not play Friday against the Lakers, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Crabbe will miss a fourth straight game as he continues to deal with soreness in his right knee. Consider the three-point threat day-to-day until the team says otherwise.
Crabbe (knee) has been ruled out of Tuesday's game against the Kings, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Crabbe will miss his third consecutive game as he continues to deal with a sore right knee. It looks as though the Nets will continue to treat Crabbe as day-to-day, with his next opportunity to play coming Friday against the Lakers.
Crabbe, due to a sore knee, will be sidelined over the Nets' next two games, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
According to Lewis, Crabbe's knee began bothering him late in Wednesday's loss to the Thunder. He's started and averaged 30.6 minutes over the past five games, so coach Kenny Atkinson will have to look for a replacement. Among the candidates to see additional minutes are Joe Harris, Caris LeVert and Rodions Kurucs.
Crabbe posted 14 points (5-8 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 0-1 FT), 10 rebounds and four assists in 34 minutes Monday against Detroit.
Crabbe reached double-figures for the second-straight game while seeing his second-highest minute load of the season. While Crabbe's stats haven't taken a noticeable lead since he joined the starting lineup, Monday's performance was indicative of the sixth-year guard's ability to contribute across multiple categories. Since joining the starting five, Crabbe's averaged 9.0 points, 4.5 rebounds, 1.7 threes and 1.5 assists in 29.2 minutes across four outings.
Crabbe will start Monday's game against the Mavs.
With Treveon Graham out, the Nets will shuffle the lineup and go with Rodions Kurucs at power forward, with Crabbe and Joe Harris on the wing. It'll be Crabbe's first start since Dec. 12, and Caris LeVert will shift to the bench.
Crabbe tallied 14 points (3-7 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 6-9 FT), seven rebounds and one block in 33 minutes Wednesday in the Nets' 148-139 triple-overtime win over the Cavaliers.
The Nets announced earlier Wednesday that Crabbe would no longer be subject to any minutes restrictions in what was his fourth game back from an extended absence due to a knee injury. Despite the game requiring three extra periods and the Nets playing without three forwards (Rodions Kurucs, Treveon Graham and Jared Dudley), the removal of the restriction didn't do much for Crabbe, who played only two minutes more than he had in his previous outing. Crabbe at least turned in another quality night on the offensive end and is now averaging 18.3 points over his past three contests, making him someone to take a look at in deeper leagues.
Crabbe will not have a minutes limit in Wednesday's game against the Cavaliers, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Crabbe most recently played 31 minutes off the bench in Monday's loss to the Raptors, so he was hardly facing a restriction at that point, but the Nets will now unleash him off the bench with no monitoring required. Crabbe scored 22 points in Monday's game and has been on an impressive roll shooting the ball since re-joining the rotation after a 25-game absence.
Crabbe totaled 22 points (8-13 FG, 6-10 3Pt), three rebounds, one assist and one steal across 31 minutes in Monday's 127-125 loss to the Raptors.
Crabbe has now played in three consecutive games, and has tallied 11 threes made in the last two games alone. The Nets will certainly welcome back Crabbe with more minutes soon, given their need for a scorer off the bench.
Crabbe accumulated 19 points (7-12 FG, 5-9 3Pt), one rebound, and one steal in 21 minutes during Friday's 125-106 loss to the Bulls.
Crabbe got hot from beyond the arc, but he contributed sparingly in the other categories as per usual. The 26-year-old shooting guard might be worth a look for those desperate for threes in deeper leagues, but Crabbe has been extremely inefficient offensively and isn't likely to reclaim a starting role anytime soon.
Crabbe (knee) played 13 minutes off the bench in Wednesday's 135-130 win over the Nuggets, finishing with five points (2-5 FG, 1-2 3Pt), three assists and one steal.
After missing nearly two months with the knee injury, Crabbe's playing time was unsurprisingly restricted as coach Kenny Atkinson eased him back into action. While Crabbe acquitted himself well during his time on the court and should see his role steadily increase, it may be unrealistic at this point to expect him to regularly log the 30 or so minutes he had typically received prior to going down with the injury. Crabbe is shooting just 34.4 percent from the floor on the season and will probably need to display more efficiency to hold off the likes of Treveon Graham, DeMarre Carroll, Rodions Kurucs and Shabazz Napier for playing time. The Nets' wing mix will only become more muddled when Caris LeVert (hamstring) and Spencer Dinwiddie (thumb) are back in action, likely at some point shortly before or after the All-Star break.
Crabbe (knee) is available Wednesday against the Nuggets, Tom Dowd of BrooklynNets.com reports.
Crabbe will make his return following a 25-game absence Wednesday, and he'll look to help the Nets make a playoff push. In the six games prior to injuring his knee, he averaged 14.8 points, 4.5 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.2 steals across 31.8 minutes while shooting 45.0 percent from the field and 52.3 percent from deep. Crabbe may be able to work back up to the workload soon, but chances are he'll be eased back into action to start things off. His return could mean fewer minutes for the likes of Treveon Graham and Joe Harris.
Crabbe (knee) is probable for Wednesday's game against Denver, Anthony Puccio of NetsDaily.com reports.
It's been a long road back for Crabbe, who has missed the last 25 games due to lingering soreness in his right knee, but after being assigned to the G League for some additional work in practice Tuesday morning, he is presumably good to go for the team's matchup with the Nuggets. Crabbe will likely be limited as he gets back into the swing of things, but his return is huge for a Brooklyn backcourt that hasn't been able to fight off the injury bug this season.
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