Detroit Pistons forward Josh Smith and Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo have never played on the same team in the NBA, but their bond goes way back. Rondo and Smith were teammates at Oak Hill Academy, the high school powerhouse thatShow More Summary
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Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo and Detroit Pistons two-way forward Josh Smith were teammates once upon a time, and now they’re thinking of a possible reunion on basketball’s highest stage. “The conversation comes up,” Smith said prior to Detroit’s 118-111 loss against the Celtics on March 9, per The Boston Globe’s Baxter Holmes. Show More Summary
Could the next great NBA dyad already be planning an inevitable union? Don’t count on it, in part because Josh Smith and Rajon Rondo wouldn’t qualify as one of the great pairings; mostly because it’s just not going to happen. Before the Boston Celtics handed the Detroit Pistons another loss on Sunday evening, Smith openly […]
Phil Jackson's next NBA jaunt could come at the expense of Detroit Pistons general manager Joe Dumars. After investing close to $80 million in Josh Smith and Brandon Jennings over the summer, Detroit appears headed for another lottery finish. Show More Summary
The closer we get to the Feb. 20 NBA trade deadline, the more some surprising names are beginning to surface as potential trade bait. Most of us know about rumors surrounding the Philadelphia 76ers Evan Turner and Los Angeles LakersShow More Summary
As we approach the NBA trade deadline, the Detroit Pistons have definitely been in the conversation when discussing potential big deals. We caught up with Vince Goodwill of the Detroit News to get his take on Greg Monroe, Josh SmithShow More Summary
Judging by this attempt during the first quarter of Sunday's Detroit Pistons vs. Dallas Mavericks game, Josh Smith has some work to do on his fadeaway jump shot. Smith ended up with 25 points in the game, but the Pistons fell to the Mavericks 116-106. Thanks to Steph of Beyond The Buzzer for the find. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
As the Georgetown Hoyas enter the most difficult stretch of their schedule to date, they will be without one of their key players, Josh Smith, who was suspended for the rest of the season on Friday due to academic troubles. The Hoyas...Show More Summary
Georgetown center Josh Smith has officially been suspended for the remainder of the 2013-14 season due to academic problems. The junior was forced to sit out for the first time on Jan. 8 against Providence, which coincided with the first...Show More Summary
The Detroit Bad Boys blog has an interesting and fundamentally unsurprising post about Josh Smith and his catastrophic shooting this season. So we thought, Why not pile on? Here are a few ways in which Josh Smith is even worse than he seems in an article that concludes he's the worst three-point shooter of all time. Read more...
Detroit Pistons general manager Joe Dumars has painted himself into a bit of a corner. This offseason, Dumars made one of the splashiest signings in all of free agency by signing forward Josh Smith to a four-year deal worth $54 million...Show More Summary
Redemption, thy name is Josh Smith. After fouling the Phoenix Suns' Gerald Green on a three-point attempt in the game's waning seconds, Smith took it upon himself to will the Detroit Pistons to victory, nailing a game-winning runnerShow More Summary
The athletic forward is off to a slow start in Detroit because of the same problems that have plagued him throughout his career. Nothing Joe Dumars said was explicitly incorrect. When the Pistons inked Josh Smith to a four-year, $56Show More Summary
After months of fighting an aggressive cancer threatening his wife's heart with medical care, Texas pastor J. Josh Smith of MacArthur Blvd Baptist Church is now desperate for a miracle and has reached out to the public to help him pray for it.
The Detroit Pistons now have permission to panic. Motor City's NBA representative was supposed to be a bona fide contender in the Eastern Conference this season. At the very least, these 2013-14 Pistons should've been able to maintain...Show More Summary
More of the new Blake Griffin, more of the old Josh Smith, and other things we really want from the NBA in the next 12 months.
Interesting news always seems to find Josh Smith wherever he goes. That was the case in Atlanta and has followed him to Detroit. He has been benched a few times this season for vaious reasons and the most recent one came with some potential bad blood between he and head coach Maurice Cheeks. Smith said [...]