Smart was the 6th pick in the draft and hasn't turned into a starter yet, 6th picks are supposed to become starters, but he could on a different team. Rozier was the 16th pick, a place where a bench role-player is an acceptable result for the draft position. Smart is going to get offered more money elsewhere but more than that a bigger role. His role with us is going to have to shrink next year with Hayward back and Brown developing well. Last year smart closed games as our small forward with IT and Bradley in the back court. We slid Crowder to the 4 and we extremely small. Now that we have legit wings with size there is no need to play Smart at the 3, Hayward, Tatum, Brown, and Morris can all play the 3. So Smart will play the 2, but if we want Hayward, Tatum, and Brown on the court together we can play Hayward at the 3, Tatum at the 4, Brown at the 2. So were do we put smart? We don't. If we want to close with Hayward at the 3, Tatum at the 4, Brown at the 2, and we will, then smart is just a 6th man and he really is so much better than that. If he will take less money to have a lesser role moving forward (remember that we have 3 2019 1st's to go along with the players we are currently developing) then sure keep him over Rozier, but thats probably not happening. Also as great a defender that Smart is, Rozier is closing the gap and better suited to be a long term bench player.