Found February 18, 2013 on
Los Angeles Clippers
Yahoo! Sports Adrian Wojnarowski just tweeted this:
Boston's active on several fronts, including discussions on Josh Smith. Brooklyn is solely focused on making a Smith deal.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) February 19, 2013
Which would jive with Gery Woelfel's report from a few days ago that the Celtics were looking into acquiring the Hawks Josh Smith. Personally it's hard for me to envision a deal that results in the Celtics getting Smith for Jeff Green and Brandon Bass (Woelfel's rumored offer), but who knows what Danny could be looking into (three team deals, possibly offering Bradley to sweeten the deal, ect.) to try and get this deal done.
While it seems sacrilegious to consider, what about a deal involving either Kevin Garnett or Paul Pierce for Smith? Well ESPN's Marc Stein weighs in on that possibility:
Hawks have convinced numerous teams that Josh Smith will be moved between now and Thursday 3 PM deadline. Question remains where exactly
BEST OF MAXIM
The Atlanta Hawks, who are expected to deal forward Josh Smith before Thursday’s trade deadline, reportedly offered the Philadelphia Sixers the 8-year veteran in exchange for swingman and former second overall pick, Evan Turner (13.8 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 4.4 apg), and center, Spencer Hawes (10.2 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 1.3 blkpg).
via Philadelphia Inquirer:
According to a pair of league sources...
As the NBA trade deadline draws near, everyone’s favorite player to develop scenarios for is Josh Smith. On one level, that’s understandable. He’s an exciting player. He may jack up a jump shot or five that he shouldn’t, but he’s a good defender, an excellent passer, and a holy terror on the fast break. What doesn’t add up, however, are the logical underpinnings...
Everyone NBA fan knows that the Atlanta Hawks are going to trade Josh Smith, so here are some possible trades for the star-caliber, but hot-headed forward.
* The Brooklyn Nets, Houston Rockets Golden State Warriors and Dallas Mavericks have all been said to be interested, but they simply do not have the pieces to make a deal without a third team being involved in the trade(Mavericks...
Will Josh Smith become a Celtic? All signs point to no.
Rumors started popping up yesterday about the possibility of Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith joining the Boston Celtics via a trade before Thursday’s trade deadline. This would not be the first time that such rumors have happened. Similar to the situation that the Boston Celtics have with their point-guard Rajon Rondo, Josh...
Josh Smith is still being strongly linked to Boston, and the rumors that are going around swap Brandon Bass and Jeff Green for Josh Smith. Gary Woelfel from Journal Times has been all over the Josh Smith rumors, I do not know how/why he has the insider information, but he has been posting a lot on the latest happenings and Atlanta’s musing regarding their star power forward....
The Atlanta Hawks are motivated to move Josh Smith. The nine-year veteran has been a productive player in his career, and he has remained relatively healthy throughout. Yet, it makes financial sense for the Hawks to move forward without him if they can get the right return. And it seems they will have plenty of teams they can partner with.According to Ken Berger of CBS Sports...
The Atlanta Hawks seem to be willing to pull the trigger on a Josh Smith trade before Thursday's deadline, ESPN's Marc Stein reports.
Stein writes that the "Hawks have convinced numerous teams that they're definitely trading" Smith. The thinking is that the Hawks have to trade Smith now, or they will definitely lose him for nothing in free agency. So where...
Scratch the Phoenix Suns off the list of teams in the Josh Smith derby.
ESPN is reporting that the Suns are "unlikely" to be able to pry J-Smoove from the Atlanta Hawks. That leaves Milwaukee (possibly moving Monta Ellis), Brooklyn (likely offering Kris Humphries and MarShon Brooks), Washington (offering everyone but John Wall, Nene and Bradley Beal) and Boston (probably...
The Hawks are continuing to look for a trade of Josh Smith.
It appears San Antonio could be the potential landing spot for Josh Smith, according to Sam Amico via Fox Sports Ohio.
San Antonio could emerge as a potential landing spot for Smith, according to an Eastern Conference GM. With Smith’s expiring contract, it is believed the Spurs wouldn’t have to surrender much in return — and that coach Gregg Popovich and stars Tim Duncan...
The Celtics are active on several trade fronts including talks with the Hawks on Josh Smith.
While the Bucks continue to hold trade discussions with the Hawks for Josh Smith, it’s been reported that Milwaukee has made Jennings unavailable in such discussions- adding him to the list of “near-untouchables”, which includes NBA’s leading shot blocker, Larry Sanders, and rookie, John Henson.
According to Marc Stein, ESPN:
Yet amid all of those talks, sources say, Jennings...
If I ran every NBA team, here are five deals that would go down before Thursday afternoons trading deadline:
1. Atlanta PF Josh Smith to San Antonio for PFC DeJuan Blair, SF Stephen Jackson and a first-round pick.
Smith is headed somewhere, that much is fairly certain. Yes, he can be difficult, playing the role of the occasional knucklehead who is somewhat of a risk when the idea...
The 76ers have been approached by the Atlanta Hawks about a trade of Josh Smith for Evan Turner and Spencer Hawes.
The NBA trade deadline is on Thursday, so the trade talks are heating up. Here are the latest rumors out there.
-Hawks forward Josh Smith is the most likely player to get traded.
- A proposed trade out there is Mbah a Moute and a 1st round pick to Orlando for J.J. Redick.
-The Raptors are shopping former No. 1 pick Andrea Bargnani.
- Kevin Garnett to the Clippers?
- Clippers Eric...