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What should the Hawks do with Josh Smith?

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He was suspended 1 game and he made it clear he wants out of Atlanta..

Obviously they should trade him before the deadline, what kind of deal do you think should they try to get?

Time to heavily rebuild even though it's been a great season so far?

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http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=am7gvm7

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http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=bxu2muk

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Why would they rebuild?

Cause they are about to have gotten rid of JJ and Smith..unless they think they can build a great defensive team and contend around 1 superstar (which they don't even have)

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He's in the final year of his contract, so if he's walking for sure, I'm trading him to the best offer before the deadline. You don't want to have a player like Josh Smith just leave your team and then you receieve nothing in return, plus he's probably distracted and doesn't care about how the team is doing or anything because he wants out. The funny part is that the Hawks are ranked 6th in the Eastern conference, and I wouldn't be trading him to a contender, especially not one in the eastern conference.

I'm sure he has some interest around the league, how about:

Sacramento (Evans/Robinson)

Dallas

Houston (Parsons/package/picks)

Utah (Jefferson or Millsap maybe)

CLIPPERS (Bledsoe/Caron Butler/Grant Hill)

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The Hawks would probably benefit more from a trade with LAC, but it would be cool to see Smith go to the Celtics, but Bass and Green might not be worth his play imo. Hawks can get better elsewhere I think.

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IMO, they should do whatever it takes to keep him without offering a max for him to resign. Maybe try to trade for Howard? Him and Dwight are really good friends. Atlanta would probably have to do a Horford + fillers type of deal for Howard. Works out for both teams well. But if they can't get him to stay, just trade him for a solid SG and/or picks

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