Jason Richardson might have discovered another home for himself. Subsequent to fighting persistent knee wounds in Philadelphia amid his time, he has chosen to restore his vocation somewhere else. It was reported on Saturday by Marc J. Lances that Richardson will sign a non-ensured contract with the Atlanta Hawks.

A year ago Richardson played in only 19 games due to¬†his knee injuries all through the greater part of the season. The procurement of Richardson will include more profundity and three-point shooting for the Hawks at the shooting guard position, on the off chance that he finds himself capable to make it to the list. Atlanta as of now has All-Star Kent Bazemore, Kyle Korver and recently assigned Tim Hardaway Jr. Richardson’s flawless dunking capacity will likewise make the games more thrilling to the Philips Arena, which is otherwise called the “Highlight Factory.”

 

Richardson was the fifth general pick in the 2001 NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors out of Michigan State. He was a commonly recognized name with the Warriors as he was known as a fierce dunker, winning the Sprite Slam Dunk challenge in 2002 and 2003. Richardson was additionally named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team. His most noteworthy profession scoring normal came in the 2005-2006 season with Golden State in which he arrived at the midpoint of 23.2 focuses every night. He would later join the then-Charlotte Bobcats, Phoenix Suns, Orlando Magic, and most as of late, the Sixers.

 

Unfortunately Richardson’s three-point shooting abilities saw a downfall¬†during his tenure with Philadelphia, however in the event that he comes back to frame from his days in a Bobcats and Suns uniform from the three-point circular segment, he may be a deadly weapon for Atlanta. The Hawks have been marked as a standout amongst the most overwhelming groups from a three point line up from national basketball association, and if Richardson stays strong and fit, that may act as a catalyst to his success with Atlanta.

 

Enthusiastic fans of Atlanta Hawks would definitely look forward to this new acquisition. Atlanta has so far made an impressive showing in the off-season of filling the right soil in the dug up position.

Edited By : Akanksha Agarwal

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