Las Vegas, NV – Vegas Sports Daily recently caught up with former Minnesota Timberwolves draft pick and NBA vet, Craig Smith. The former All-American and All-Big East performer out of Boston College was a recent selection by Head Coach Rick Mahorn and the expansion Enemies franchise, and had an impressive game in his debut for his new team, putting up a team-high 26 points in a 50-43 loss to Biouvac.
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Smith was an NBA All-Rookie Team selection in 2007 with Kevin McHale’s T-Wolves, and enjoyed a nine-year NBA career with stints with the Clippers and TrailBlazers along the way.
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