J.R. Smith is averaging 10.0 points on a True Shooting Percentage of .502 through the first four games of the playoffs.

Smith hit a buzzer beater at the end of the first quarter from beyond halfcourt.

"I've never been a guy who cared about my numbers like that, probably cost me a lot of money," Smith said. "Those shots, if you can get it off, I like those shots. Whether it's two or three, regardless, you want to get it in."

Smith re-signed with the Cavaliers in 2016 on a four-year, $57 million deal.