Jamal Crawford is used to going to new teams and trying to replace big stars. He is at it again, The Post has learned.

Crawford is set to succeed Dwyane Wade on TNT’s Tuesday night NBA set that features Shaquille O’Neal, Candace Parker and host Adam Lefkoe, according to sources.

Crawford, 42, played with nine teams in his 20-year career, including the Knicks. He won three Sixth Man of the Year Awards and his 19,419 points are 61st all-time. He was respected and well-liked around the NBA.