“It’s incredible,” said Smart about joining PUMA. “I like everything they’re doing. I like the family aspect. I like everything that they’re about and I’m just glad to be a part of the brand.”
Smart says the Clyde Hardwood changed his entire perspective on how low-tops play and credits former Celtics teammate and fellow PUMA Basketball athlete Terry Rozier with convincing him to give the brand a look.
“I’ve never really been a low-top shoe type of person until I tried PUMA. I tried a low and I was like these are way more comfortable than I expected. And Terry, just everything that we talked about, really made my position to come here even more clear."