Posted January 16, 2013

Hawks suspend Josh Smith for tonight’s game


The Atlanta Hawks have suspended forward Josh Smith for tonight’s game with the Brooklyn Nets, according to the team’s official Twitter account.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution‘s Chris Vivlamore reports that Smith was suspended for conduct detrimental to the team.

In a statement tweeted by USA TODAY‘s Jeff Zillgitt, Smith said that, “Clearly I am competitive and was frustrated by our recent losses. I understand and respect the team’s actions and just want to get back on the court to do whatever is necessary to help my teammates. I apologize for letting them down and apologize to our fans.”

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Between players like Smith and DeMarcus Cousins, NBA teams must have to hire apology ghost writers.  It's obviously NOT sincere, since they keep exhibiting the same bad immature behavior in spite of previous suspensions and insincere apologies.