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Did Josh Smith Care More About Hushing Atlanta Crowd Than Actually Winning Game?

Rockets forward Josh Smith returned to Atlanta for the third time this season on Tuesday night, including the preseason, but for the first time with Houston. Unsurprisingly, the former Hawks player continued to receive unwelcoming boos and was subjected to numerous hecklers for most of the evening. Smith’s team would wind up dropping a big Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Josh Smith trolls Hawks fans, calls them ‘very fickle and bandwagoners’ (vid)

Not only did Josh Smith spend his first nine years in the NBA as a member of the Atlanta Hawks, he is also a Georgia native, so it was a homecoming on multiple fronts when the forward returned along with his Houston Rockets teammates to the ATL for a Tuesday night showdown with the Atlanta...Read More The post Josh Smith trolls Hawks fans, calls them ‘very fickle and bandwagoners’...
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Josh Smith Trolls Fans In Atlanta, Calls Them Fickle

Josh Smith spent nine seasons with the Atlanta Hawks before bolting to the Pistons when he became an unrestricted free agent. In his first game back in ATL with the Rockets, who picked him up after being waived by the Pistons. Smith went into an unwarranted trolling free fall, shushing the crowd twice in the third quarter after making two meaningless threes and then suggested the...
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Josh Smith gets so confused by turnover it causes him to not get back on defense

Houston Rockets forward Josh Smith won’t look back on the 2014-15 NBA season with a smile on his face. He’s been posterized, criticized and had the Detroit Pistons pay him to leave. Well, add another blunder to the season for J-Smoove. Josh Smith was attempting an entry pass to Donatas Motiejunas that was stolen by Paul Millsap (who was guarding Smith). Instead of getting back...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Josh Smith’s three-pointer bounces in and gives it to Hawks home crowd

Josh Smith used to play for the Atlanta Hawks. Now he is a Houston Rocket. The Rockets are trying to win one in Atlanta when Josh Smith shot a three-pointer that’s never well-received by anyone. This time around, Smith’s three bounces in. And then he gives the crowd a little something something: I guess there is no love lost between Josh and his former team. *** Josh Smith...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Houston’s Josh Smith denies Terrence Ross at the rim

Toronto’s Terrence Ross must have had a huge dinner because he just got stuffed! OK that was a lame attempt but Ross did have his dunk attempted rejected by Rockets’ Josh Smith (yes he did play defense) in last night’s clash. Ross seemingly had a wide-open baseline and had the ball and his arm cocked back to throw it down but Smith had other ideas in mind. The post Houston’s...
Via Crossover Chronicles
12 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Houston Rockets Josh Smith With the "Gimme My Ball Back" Block of the Night

Some people watch basketball for the dunks. Others watch it for the sweet crossovers or the deadly threes. I watch it for the blocks. I love defense no matter what the game is so when it comes to basketball the block is my favorite play.So when I see plays like the one Josh Smith made for the Houston Rockets Saturday night against the Raptors I am a happy man! Read more »
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Josh Smith thinks he could have helped Pistons turn it around

In case you missed it, the Detroit Pistons have basically turned into a juggernaut since jettisoning veteran deep-ball chucker Josh Smith in mid-December. The Pistons are now 9-1 in the post J-Smoove era, with their lone loss being a very forgivable defeat at the hands of the only hotter team in basketball right now, the Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Josh Smith released by Detroit Pistons in surprising move

The Detroit Pistons waived forward Josh Smith on Monday in surprising move, the team announced.   Smith, 29, was in the second season of a four-year, $54 million contract he signed with the Pistons in July 2013. He was averaging 13.1 points and 7.2 rebounds per game for the Pistons, who are last in the NBA’s Central Division with a 5-23 record. Smith has been subject to trade...
December 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Josh Smith has the worst streak in sports right now

Josh Smith is capable of doing amazing things on a basketball court. Unfortunately, the current streak he has going is not amazing at all. It's terrible, actually. The post Josh Smith Has The Worst Streak In Sports Going Right Now appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

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