Jamal Crawford of my Atlanta Hawks is absolutely tearing it up in the playoffs. The Hawks, who currently lead the series against the Magic 3-1, has gotten significant contributions from my personal 6th man of the year. According to the commentator during the game tonight, Jamal Crawford is the first bench player since 1991 to score 20+ points in 4 straight playoff games. The last guy to do it was Kevin McHale.
For the playoffs, he's averaging 31 min, 24 pts, and has an Assist:Turnover Ratio of 3.2. His overall FG% is 47%, but he's shooting an insane 57% from beyond the arc, including that crazy banked 3 at the end of game 3 to go up 4 and ice the victory (one end-of-game bank I can get behind).
Aside from Jamal, the only other former Michigan player in these playoffs is Juwan Howard, who's averaging a couple minutes per game for the Heat.