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Position
F
 
Jersey
Name  Jason Smith
Born  3/2/1986
Height  7-0
Weight  240
College  Colorado State
Home Town  Greeley, CO
High School  Platte Valley
OctoberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
10/30 Indiana20840011210106
Total20840011210106
NovemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
11/1 @Orlando26630033601103
11/2 Charlotte27830203300515
11/5 Phoenix261350314530112
11/6 @Memphis281040222400015
11/8 LA Lakers291470023500001
11/10 @Phoenix412290435830201
11/12 @LA Lakers27840003312002
11/13 @Utah321050023501014
11/16 Philadelphia21840034700314
11/20 Utah211130523501112
11/22 Cleveland251140324611124
11/25 @San Antonio22840016720014
11/26 Golden State251460231410102
11/29 @Philadelphia24840005500214
Total37415165021244973116171043
DecemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
12/1 @New York24520114501003
12/2 @Chicago4712600771410116
12/4 Dallas351260036911122
12/6 Oklahoma City2442001111210003
12/11 Detroit40228063131610213
12/13 Memphis32730114500001
12/15 @Denver29840003312445
12/17 @Golden State221260013420111
12/18 @LA Clippers22210016710001
12/28 @Houston141050013420102
Total28994430819607910410927
JanuaryMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
1/7 @Miami21840004410013
1/8 Washington22710521320013
1/10 Dallas25730113410033
1/11 @Dallas181030425700016
1/13 San Antonio19630012311014
1/15 Houston281050015620125
Total133481901072027711924
Season Total8163011310395113018129112928100
 
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.

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.