Josh Smith is taking up much of the headlines for the Atlanta Hawks this offseason. Smith has given the Hawks and his hometown city of Atlanta seven unforgettable years. But it seems to be inevitable that Smith and the Hawks are going to part ways.
Also, Smith is not the only player that the Hawks have to make a decision about. Jamal Crawford is a free agent and will rightfully be demanding a big contract.
Crawford is a proven scorer, plays the one or two, can be a starter or your sixth man, and cause troubles to the opposing team's backcourt on the defense.
However, Crawford is not without his flaws. He has a tendency to have a poor shot selection, is not a pass first player when he is point guard, and will call his own number whenever he feels like it is the best play for the team.
So, what should the Hawks do? Do they try to re-sign Crawford or let him walk? Let the debate begin.