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Josh Smith
Josh Smith
Position: -
Born: 12/05/85
Height: 6-9 / 2.06
Weight:225 lbs. / 102.1 kg.
Salary: $5,331,729
Although Smith didn’t specify a desire to return to the NBA in Saturday’s post-practice sit-down, when asked, he did give a couple of teams who he thought he could help this season. “Any other teams who are contenders,” Smith said. “I’d have to say the Lakers or the Clippers.” Smith was then asked the follow-up question on if he was really open to returning to the Clippers. “Yeah, just to give that veteran leadership, something that those guys need. It’s not really for minute purposes because those guys are established. They have many guys that can play high-level basketball. [It would be] just to give those guys an extra body in practice, bumping them and giving them competition to get ready for those games.”
Deng was the first hoops star to join Our Opportunity and has helped open the doors to other NBA veterans. Rose, Anthony and Josh Smith have since committed to the project. Anthony, who also invested with Deng in the Virgin Las Vegas, is the face of the investment in his hometown of Baltimore, which includes 91 units in a deal that will close this summer. “Each has deep personal, civic and social ties to the communities and is committed to leveraging their personal brands and resources to radically change the status quo in the places they call home,” Gross says.
Ex-NBA star Josh Smith filed for divorce from his wife of nearly 10 years, only for them to quickly dismiss the case right when things started heating up. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the former ‘Atlanta Hawks’ player filed for divorce from his wife, Alexandria Smith, in April. In his petition, he noted they were married on July 31, 2010, but were separated. He checked the box saying the marriage was “irretrievably broken” with “no prospects for reconciliation.” The two share four minor kids with the youngest born in 2018. He sought joint legal and physical custody. He believed both parents should pay support.
Dan Woike asked NBA players to tell us about the best game in their basketball career. This week: Rajon Rondo. “That’s a tough one. I think I’ve played a lot of great games. But, I would probably have to say it was a high school game. I was at Oak Hill [Va.] Academy. We were in Barcelona, Spain, playing against [future NBA first-round pick] Sergio Rodriguez. His team was really big-time over there in Spain. I had 55 and 17. Josh Smith, who was our star player, had gotten into foul trouble early. I had to kind of take the game over and put the ball in the hole more than I normally do. I was a senior. It was completely different. I’ve been abroad, but not at that age. We were young. I was 17 at the time. The food was completely different. I don’t think I ate much there. Cars were different. It was a different culture. They whistle there; they never clap as an ovation or as applause. So, that game, I got a lot of whistles.”