Crawford averaged 14.2 points and 2.3 assists in 79 games this season, coming off the bench in 74 of those games. He also went on to rank second in the league in free throw percentage, posting a mark of 90.4%.
This is the second time the guard has won the award as a member of the Clippers, doing so in the 2013-14 campaign as well. He also won the award with the Atlanta Hawks in the 2009-10 season, becoming the first player to win the award with multiple teams.
He joins the likes of Detlef Schrempf, Ricky Pierce, and Kevin McHale as the only players to win the award on more than one occasion.
The Clippers star bench player finished the voting with 51 first-place votes and 341 points, beating out Andre Iguodala of the Warriors and Enes Kanter of the Thunder. He finished the season third on the team in scoring, and averaged 15.6 points per game in the 45-game stretch without Blake Griffin.
His production got that much more important to the team when they lost their star, Griffin, to the injury. His play flourished in that tough situation, helping the Clippers to a 4-seed in the Western Conference, and leading to yet another award to add to his collection.