Smiley got going in the second quarter after his team took the first punch in the opening frame. He nailed a couple of midrange shots then started going downhill with some athletic finishes at the rim. He was really effective with one or two dribbles into a quick pullup but what really stood out was his focus late in the game. He made not one, not two, but three big shots in the fourth quarter, taking the lead back with each bucket. First it was an acrobatic layup to take the lead with four minutes left, then he buried a corner 3 with 1:31 left to take the lead again, then he sunk another tough layup with under a minute to go to reclaim the lead yet again. After all that, Garfield still found themselves trailing with just over a second remaining and needing to go the length of the floor. Smiley caught at half court and made an incredible attempt at a shot leaning away from the hoop that nearly went in.