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Josh Smith could find himself back in Boston sooner than he thought. Smith, who was rumored in talks with the Celtics near the 2012 NBA Trade Deadline, is once again seen as an option for the C's this offseason, according to A. Sherrod Blakely of CSNNE.com. Rumors were flying around Celtics camp before Thursday night's draft, and one such rumor had the C's in active talks with the Hawks about acquiring Smith. In return the likely package would include a first-round draft pick, Brandon Bass and likely one other piece. Any deal involving Bass would need to involve a sign-and-trade...
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As new Atlanta Hawks General Manager and President of Basketball of Operations Danny Ferry prepares to start molding a new era in the Hawks' franchise, he spoke first to SportsRadioInterviews.com about what characteristics he's looking to instill in the new Hawks program and why Atlanta had an offer too good to turn down.
First, Ferry talked about why he chose to leave as...
There is a chance that Josh Smith and Kevin Garnett could be Celtics teammates come next season
What made the Boston Celtics great in 2012 is that when they entered the post-season they knew exactly what they were as a basketball team. They were a primarily jump-shooting team that played their asses off on the defensive side of the court and were at their best when Rajon Rondo was...
The Atlanta Hawks - with new President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Danny Ferry - are busying preparing for the 2012 NBA Draft on June 28th.
According to CSNNE's Sherrod Blakely, the Celtics are looking to acquire Josh Smith from the Hawks in exchange for Brandon Bass in a sign-and-trade, and have also re-opened the door to OJ Mayo negotiations:
#CelticsTalk: The #Celtics exploring a ton of options leading up to tonight's #NBA draft, including another run at #Grizzlies SG O.J. Mayo.
— A. Sherrod Blakely (...
Since taking over on Monday as the Hawks new general manager, Danny Ferry has kept a low profile, opting not to do any interviews over the last two days.
He owns the 23rd and 43rd picks in Thursday's NBA Draft and six players under contract point guard Jeff Teague, shooting guard Joe Johnson, forwards Josh Smith and Marvin Williams, forward-center Al Horford and reserve center...
The Atlanta Hawks have taken Virginia power forward Mike Scott with the 43rd pick in the NBA draft.
New general manager Danny Ferry opened his first draft with Atlanta by selecting Vanderbilt shooting guard John Jenkins with the No. 23 pick in the first round on Thursday night.
The 23-year-old Scott averaged 18 points and 8.3 rebounds as a senior.
At 6-foot-8 and 237 pounds, Scott...