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In Noah fashion, Hawks' Smith takes a jab at Milwaukee


Posted Apr 22 2010 5:13PM

ATLANTA (AP) -- First, Joakim Noah. Now, Josh Smith.

The Atlanta forward is taking a jab at Milwaukee, saying "everybody knows there's nothing to do" in the city that will host the Hawks in Games 3 and 4 of the playoffs.

Smith made his comments Thursday when someone asked him what he planned to do after the series shifted to the Bucks' home court. Game 3 is Saturday night.

Smith says he's never really done anything in Milwaukee and will "just be happy to find a restaurant." When a reporter jokingly asked if he'd ever take a vacation there, Smith replied, "Would you go? Everybody knows there ain't nothing to do in Milwaukee."

Noah, the Chicago Bulls forward, incurred the wrath of Cleveland fans by saying their city didn't measure up to his entertainment standards.

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