The only player to reach the Eurocup Finals both last season and this one, 27-year-old forward Devin Smith has been a superstar in two jerseys in that time span, making the All-Eurocup First Team with each of his teams. First, he led Panellinios to the 2010 Eurocup Finals, where his 29-point performance against eventual champion Power Electronics Valencia was the best scoring effort of the weekend, but not good enough to win their semifinal. This season, with Benetton, Smith has dominated again: he is the competition’s most prolific three-point threat all season and the highest-scoring Eurocup player to still have a chance to lift the trophy. Smith's four consecutive performances of 20 points or more to finish the Last 16 included a stellar 35-point outburst on 7-for-10 three-point shooting to knock out last season's runner-up, Alba Berlin. In that pivotal round, he ranked first among all Eurocup players in performance index rating and three-pointers made, and second in scoring and steals. Smith’s road to Eurocup stardom started in his native United States, where he played for University of Virginia. In Europe, he spent two seasons in Spain and another in Italy before debuting in the Euroleague by helping Fenerbahce Ulker reach the Top 16 three seasons ago. His next stop was Panellinios, where he merely led one of Greece's oldest clubs to its highest European finish ever. In Treviso, Smith has added to a tradition of excellence by leading Benetton to the best record in the Eurocup this season. When he has scored in double figures, Benetton is undefeated, so as they play this weekend on their own floor, Palaverde, one player to keep both eyes on is Devin Smith.