Found January 27, 2013 on
Hawks vs Knicks: ESPN 6:30pm
The Knicks played one of their worst games of the year last night in Philly and its imperative the Knicks kick off their five game home stand with some intensity. The Hawks have won three in a row, and they are the 6th seed in the East sitting just 2 games behind the Knicks. Against Philly, the Knicks were outshot 51% to 35% from the field and the Knicks were a horrendous 4/27 from downtown, that’s 15%! Jason Kidd had no points and no assists. JR Smith was 0-8, Shumpert 0-6 and the Knicks had 16 turnovers. Even Melo was 0-6 from three in 38 minutes. Over the past 6 games, Smith is shooting 17% from three and 26% from the field. The Knicks are definitely missing the swag from earlier this season and they are becoming a very isolation heavy offense, even with Raymond Felton’s return. Ray’s defense on Jrue Holliday was truly horrible. He could not keep Jrue out of the paint and Tyson chandler was no better protecting the rim. The only highlight ...
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About two weeks ago, Josh Smith once again had a run in with coach Larry Drew, which is about the 50th time he has had a run in with a player, coach or someone in management, while with the Atlanta Hawks. He has long wanted a trade and there is a very good chance that he will be traded before the February deadline, especially since he is going to be a free agent and will most...
Much has been made of Josh Smith being a free agent after this season and whether the Atlanta Hawks will trade him before the deadline. The Los Angeles Lakers have been a popular ending point for Smith, as the team clearly needs to infuse some athleticism into their roster.
It’s unsure what kind of contract Smith will yield on the open market, as someone who can look like the best...
When it is time for your big payday, you have to grab as much money as you can. Josh Smith has been waiting for this day for a while and it is coming soon.
He has been rumored to be traded for almost three years now, but wherever he ends up he believes he is worth the maximum contract available.
“I feel like I’m a max player,” Smith said, via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution...
Enoch Smith Jr. of Mt. Carmel is a frequent visitor in Champaign. But he still finds something new to like each time he's there.
The Hawks will be able to offer Josh Smith a five-year deal worth about $94 million.
Well, that wasn't fun. It's becoming clear that the bench is finally coming around but now the starters are slumping. The second unit gave us that big lead in the second quarter and then it went away when the starters came back in. But there's progress. We at least got one great half of basketball. One thing that always strikes me is all the complaints...