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Position
F
 
Jersey
14
Name  Jason Smith
Born  3/2/1986
Height  7-0
Weight  240
College  Colorado State
Home Town  Greeley, CO
High School  Platte Valley
Regular Season Totals
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
20138303011310395113018129112928100
20128764201670866412218634154555123
20119473961811337212419634214140102
201011023311360598915224136263253150
2009658189751029548113533212835110
200711073401414547715323020225048142
Total55201977831153004077621169186116225259727
 
Regular Season Averages
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
201326.89.74.20.0001.2581.6454.1945.8390.90.40.90.903.23
201217.28.23.30.0001.6861.2552.3923.6470.70.30.91.082.41
201123.79.94.50.0250.8251.8003.1004.9000.90.51.01.002.55
201014.34.31.80.0000.7661.1561.9743.1300.50.30.40.691.95
200911.83.41.30.1790.5180.9641.4462.4110.60.40.50.631.96
200714.64.51.90.0530.7111.0132.0133.0260.30.30.70.631.87
Total16.76.02.50.0450.9061.2302.3023.5320.60.40.70.782.20
 
Post Season Totals
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
20105814700167120011
200782208044111531525
Total14034150451722435216
 
Post Season Averages
SeasonMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
20109.72.31.20.0000.0000.1671.0001.1670.20.30.00.001.83
200713.73.31.30.0000.6670.6671.8332.5000.50.20.80.330.83
Total11.72.81.30.0000.3330.4171.4171.8330.30.30.40.171.33
 
Notes:
2007: Selected by Miami in 1st round (20th overall) of the NBA Draft; Traded to Philadelphia, June 28th...2010: Traded to New Orleans in a four-player deal, Sept. 23rd...2011: Re-signed with New Orleans to a three-year deal worth $7.5 million, Dec. 16th...2014: Signed with the NY Knicks to a one-year deal worth $3.3 million.

2006 and 2007 All-Mountain West Conference First Team selection...Surprising mobility for a seven-footer...Rebounding ability has improved throughout his collegiate career...Outstanding post footwork and just a smooth operator...Mediocre ball-handling skills...Does a nice job at keeping the ball off the court...Average mid-range jumper...Back to the basket play has improved each year...However, that area of his game needs to get better if he hopes to make an impact at the next level...Does not always get ideal position against physical defenders, meaning he has trouble blocking out...Will struggle against faster, more athletic players.