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Josh Smith hits a 3, shushes and calls crowd "bandwagon fans"

Josh Smith spent his first nine years of his up-and-down career with the Atlanta Hawks.

His returns with the Detroit Pistons weren’t anything special, but now as a member of the Houston Rockets, and without James Harden and Dwight Howard, it was his chance to show Hawks fans what they were missing. 170 more words


Josh Smith calls Hawks fans "bandwagoners"

For nine seasons, Josh Smith was launching ill-advised jump shots while wearing an Atlanta Hawks jersey. Smith is an Atlanta native who averaged 15.3 points and eight rebounds a game for a Hawks in those years, alternating between showing off his stunning athleticism and poor decision making. 280 more words

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Josh Smith calls James Harden suspension "absurd," speculates on why league handed it down

The Houston Rockets will be shorthanded Tuesday night against the Atlanta Hawks, with injured center Dwight Howard and suspended guard James Harden both out.

While the team has been without Howard for some time, Rockets forward Josh Smith discussed the challenges of playing without the team’s leading scorer after Houston’s shootaround: 171 more words


PBT Extra: James Harden makes MVP push, Rockets keep on winning

It all comes back to winning. James Harden’s MVP push got a boost on Sunday when he battled LeBron James and the Rockets picked up the overtime win against the Cavaliers. 78 more words

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MVP Candidates James Harden and LeBron James Clash on Sunday

As you should know by now, I’m from Houston. I love my Rockets, Texans, and Astros more than most people can comprehend. So I’m just a little biased when it comes to the MVP talk, but it is just a little bit. 380 more words

Houston tweets out "King James" with picture of Harden after win over Cavs

Long live the new King. Highlights, photos, recap & reactions from today's big OT win on http://t.co/VBY18eSOmU. pic.twitter.com/91utdhnqTx

— Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) March 2, 2015…

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Doc Rivers on Hack-A-DeAndre strategy: "It's bad for the game"

CHICAGO — All season, the Clippers’ opponents have been forcing DeAndre Jordan to the free-throw line. He’s averaging a career-high 4.8 attempts per game and shooting 40.9 percent from the stripe. 269 more words

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