With the expiration of many high-paying contracts, the Atlanta Hawks will have plenty of cap space to pursue a solid free-agent market in the 2013 offseason. The most notable contract that is set to expire is that of Josh Smith. Smith is currently making $13.2 million per year and is looking for more in his next contract. Show More Summary
The truth will set in for teams quickly this offseason. If Dwight Howard and Chris Paul are returning to their respective corners of the Staples Center, Josh Smith could be the most desirable free agent on the market. Once teams areShow More Summary
Let's stir the sht some more, shall we? We've talked at length about Zach Braff's Kickstarter campaign, which has crossed the $2.6 million mark, and how does he reward us? BY CASTING JOSH GAD IN HIS MOVIE. Bastard. Anyway, I'd...
Former Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith is a free agent this offseason, and it's only a matter of time until the rumor mill heats up with teams that are looking to sign the 27-year-old to a long-term contract. In fact, the rumor mill has already started churning. Show More Summary
With Josh Smith’s contract coming off of the books, the Atlanta Hawks will have plenty of cap space to pursue free agents this offseason and take the next step in becoming an elite franchise in the NBA. Other Hawks whose contracts will be coming off the books include Devin Harris, Zaza Pachulia, Kyle Korver, Johan Petro and Dahntay Jones. Show More Summary
With Dwight Howard, Chris Paul and Josh Smith all slated to hit unrestricted free agency this summer, a hectic offseason of player movement is soon to be upon us. As various studs make decisions that impact their short-term prospects, they'll also be defining their legacies in the long-term. Show More Summary
The 2013 NBA season is over for the Atlanta Hawks, as they fell to the Indiana Pacers in six games and have thus faced elimination from the postseason. With nothing but the offseason ahead of the Hawks, there is one question on every mind in Atlanta. Show More Summary
The 2013 NBA Playoffs are back in Georgia, as the Atlanta Hawks host the Indiana Pacers in Game 6 of their first-round series. With the Pacers up 3-2, it's win or go home for the Hawks. Can Josh Smith lead Atlanta to a win and forceShow More Summary
As the 2013 NBA playoffs labor on, we get a break from the impending circus of league free agency that will include stars Chris Paul, Monta Ellis, Josh Smith and Dwight Howard. Free agency is never an easy process, but for current free...Show More Summary
With the first round of the NBA playoffs reaching its pinnacle, there are players that can make or break their team's chances at advancing to the conference semifinals. Guys like Stephen Curry and Josh Smith have been huge for their squads as they battle in a tough series. Show More Summary
THE FACTS: The Hawks' Gatling gun that shoots T-shirts into the crowd wasn't working well Monday, but Josh Smith, Kyle Korver and Anthony Tolliver were firing away and their combined 10 3-pointers -- four in the final period -- pushed Atlanta past visiting Pacers 102-91.
Josh Smith scored 29 points as the Atlanta Hawks built a 17-point lead at halftime, then withstood an Indiana comeback over the final two quarters to even the series with a 102-91 victory in Game 4 on Monday night. After struggling much of the second half, Smith made every big play down the stretch. He swished [...]
In a performance that shifted the momentum of the series, the Atlanta Hawks upended the Indiana Pacers, 102-91, in Game 4 to tie the series 2-2. Josh Smith's 29 points and 11 rebounds spearheaded the Hawks' attack, as he imposed his will in the paint and on the perimeter. Show More Summary
Boyd Gaming (BYD) Q1 2013 Earnings Call April 24, 2013 12:00 pm ET Executives Josh Hirsberg - Chief Financial officer, Senior Vice President and Treasurer Keith E. Smith - Chief Executive Officer, President and Director Paul J. Chakmak - Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President Analysts Felicia R. Show More Summary
Josh Smith will be in Atlanta's starting lineup Wednesday night at Indiana.
Josh Smith will be in Atlanta’s starting lineup Wednesday night at Indiana. The Hawks forward sprained his right ankle after stepping on Devin Harris’ foot late in Sunday’s 107-90 loss. Indiana leads the best-of-seven first-round series 1-0. Coach Larry Drew said before the team’s morning shootaround he expects Smith to be “full go.” Smith adds he’ll be [...]
As is the case with many players on Danny Ferry's revamped Atlanta Hawks squad, Josh Smith's future with the team is not guaranteed when the 2013 postseason run comes to its inevitable conclusion. And barring a miracle run through the Eastern Conference playoffs, it will indeed draw to an untimely close. Show More Summary