Have loved watching these guys play. Smith has had his slumps, particularly when trying to be the perimeter scoring focus, but have loved how he plays hard, especially under the bucket where others tend to lack effort or instincts. As for Craft, I'm not sure I have ever enjoyed watching someone play the game more than him. Yeah, he can't shoot and probably fouls more than we'd like to admit, but I've never seen someone effect and indeed take over games the unusual ways that he does. He's like an old school fundamentals guys on steroids and it is a pleasure to watch. I suspect that is why coaches drool over him, he's the rare living example of how emphasizing the fundamentals coaches teach can win, even if your not supremely talented. This year has been disappointing, but it shouldn't be a knock on these two that they couldn't make up for failings around them, though they often tried.