Smith fractured a bone in his right foot with 5 minutes left in his team's 87-50 victory over West Allis Central. The game had long been over, but Tosa East coach George Haas left the 6'3 guard in the game in hopes of Smith breaking Dallas Maverick guard Devin Harris' single game scoring mark. Smith ended up with 46 points, just one shy of Harris' record of 47.
This was the last game of the regular season for Tosa East who finished with a record of 19-1, their only loss coming to an out of state team, St. Thomas of Minnesota.
The end of Smith's season could hurt his quest for Mr. Basketball in Wisconsin, but with an average of 25.1 points per game, and an undefeated regular season against in-state opponents in the state's highest division, Smith still makes a strong case for himself.
"Our coaches have talked to his dad," Louisville coach Rick Pitino said. "We're not sure what he broke. He's in a cast and probably out two months. He probably won't play in the all-star game here, but it won't affect his future with us. He should be fine by the time he gets here."
He is expected to be in a cast for six to eight weeks.