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49ers' Michael Crabtree attends summer basketball game

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The crowd watching an SF Pro-Am game on Friday night between Dream Team and Bay Raiders at Kezar Pavilion got a nice surprise as San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree showed up to support his younger brother Cornelius Hudson who is playing in the summer basketball league.

Crabtree was in good spirits and kindly posed for pictures and signed autographs for fans who recognized him, but wasn't a distraction to the game. He recently began rehabbing his Achilles' six weeks after undergoing surgery to repair the torn tendon.

The 18-year-old Hudson is a 6-foot-6 swingman out of Mansfield Timberview High School in Arlington, Texas where he was second-team all-district last season. He's admirer of Michael Jordan and is likely destined for a Division I basketball program.

The Bay Raiders (3-0) beat the Dream Team (1-2) by a score of 102-80.

The SF Pro-Am summer league is 34-years-old and team rosters change based on player availability.


Drew Morita is a contributor to Follow him on Twitter @drewmorita




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