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Josh Smith is one of the most athletic, exciting players to watch in the game. He also makes Hawks fans scratch their head and yell at their television out of frustration from time to time.
In tonightâs 94-89 loss against the Brooklyn Nets, Smith gave Atlanta fans at least one play to make them happy, where he dunked over Brook Lopez. You can watch below:
On top of getting everyone to get out of their seat, Smith even got hit on the head by Lopez on the way down.
Iâm sure Hawks fans would like to see a lot more of this and less time getting suspended.
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