Andy Ta 
Team SoloMid
Double digit assists twice
April 5, 2019
Smoothie ended Sunday's 3-1 win over Echo Fox with a 6/6/44 combined KDA.
Smoothie helped TSM advance into the next round of the LCS playoffs, playing three of four games as Galio in the series. The support was involved in 50 of 66 kills, leading TSM in kill participation and assists. Smoothie reached double digit assists twice in the series, ending Game 2 with a 2/1/12 KDA as Galio and Game 4 as a 1/3/17 KDA as Alistar.
Just misses double digit assists
March 26, 2019
Smoothie ended Sunday's win over Team Liquid with a 1/1/9 KDA as Braum.
Smoothie helped TSM end the LCS regular season with a win over Team Liquid. The support was involved in 10 of 11 kills, tying for the team-high in kill participation. His one kill was the team-low, but his nine assists paced TSM during the win.
50 percent kill participation
March 14, 2019
Smoothie ended Sunday's win over Optic with a 1/1/6 KDA as Galio.
Smoothie helped TSM end Week 7 with a win over OpTic Gaming. The support was involved in seven of 14 kills, tying for the third-highest kill participation in the game. He had one kill, while his six assists were only the third-highest total on the team.
Five assists in Sunday loss
March 8, 2019
Smoothie ended Sunday's loss to C9 with a 0/1/5 KDA as Tahm Kench.
Smoothie gave away only one of his side's 10 deaths during Sunday's loss to C9. The support was involved in five of 12 kills, ending with the third highest kill participation the team. He had no kills, while his five assists were the second highest figure on the team.
Leads TSM in assists
February 26, 2019
Smoothie ended Sunday's win over FLY with a 0/0/4 KDA as Tahm Kench.
Smoothie helped TSM end the weekend with a win, taking down FlyQuest. The support was involved in all four kills, leading TSM in kill participation. He had no kills or deaths, while his four assists were the team-high in the win.
Ties for team-high assist total
February 21, 2019
Smoothie ended Sunday's win over Team Liquid with a 1/1/7 KDA as Thresh.
Smoothie helped TSM be the first team take down Team Liquid with a strong effort on Thresh. The support was involved in eight of 14 kills, ending with the second highest kill participation on the team. Smoothie's seven assists tied for the team-high in the win.
Joins TSM
January 8, 2019
Smoothie will play for Team SoloMid heading into the 2019 Spring Split.
Smoothie spent a brief time with Cloud9 before joining Echo Fox, playing in 10 contests while posting an 8/21/74 KDA in those games, good for the third-highest kill participation percentage among supports who played 10 games in the NA LCS. Aligned with a TSM roster that could be generously described as rebuilding, the likes of Smoothie, Bjergsen and Zven will need to carry the majority of the load if the team has any hopes at competing for a playoffs spot.
Cannot bring his carry back into things
September 16, 2018
Smoothie earned a series KDA of 2/13/10 during Echo Fox's 0-3 loss at the hands of TSM.
Much like his lane partner, Smoothie had an unfortunate performance against TSM that resulted in his team falling 3-0 in the series. Throughout each game he struggled in lane, doing little more than staying alive. On the other hand, his opponents were making moves around the map, securing vision and objective control to take over. As the series progressed, Smoothie tried desperately to mimic the enemy bottom lanes performance but it simply never happened. Doing little more than delaying his team's deaths in the final two games, Smoothie could not bring his team an opening, allowing TSM to close out the series 3-0.
Near deathless in victory
September 14, 2018
Smoothie finished his team's 3-0 series sweep over Clutch Gaming with a KDA of 1/3/27.
During Echo Fox's dominant series sweep over Clutch Gaming, Smoothie was able to put up an extremely impressive performance. Starting things off on Alistar, Smoothie helped his AD Carry dominate lane and transition seamlessly into the teamfighting phase. Putting up huge initiations, he was able to bring his team back-to-back skirmish wins to secure Game 1. The next two games saw Smoothie picking Braum and playing a mix of reactive and initiation play. Time and again he was able to help his team start skirmishes and end them quickly. Providing huge amounts of crowd control, his play was crucial to his team's success. Simultaneously controlling vision, he was able to secure objectives, allowing Echo Fox to find the tools necessary to claim success. As a result, Echo Fox secured the series victory 3-0.
Initiations not enough in loss
August 27, 2018
Smoothie earned a series KDA of 0/9/32 during his team's series loss to Team SoloMid.
Smoothie had a decent performance during his team's loss against Team SoloMid. Playing initiators for much of the series, he was unable to keep up necessary pressure to take over Team SoloMid. After a slow start to the series, he began to find the necessary fights for his team, allowing Echo Fox to take Game 2 and Game 3 in the series. Despite this momentum, Smoothie struggled to keep his team on the same page moving into the final games of the series. Though he was able to find initiations, he could not stop the bleeding from across the map as his team found themselves at a disadvantage. Try as he might, massive teamfights in Game 5 went the way of Team SoloMid, giving up the series victory 3-2 in the process.
Joins Echo Fox
July 25, 2018
Smoothie is the newest member of Echo Fox's new-look roster, the team announced Tuesday.
After being initially reported by Jacob Wolf of ESPN Esports, Smoothie's move to Echo Fox has been confirmed by the team. With Echo Fox somewhat struggling thus far in the Summer Split, they have decided to make widespread changes to the roster. Smoothie is part of the moves, as he comes in to replace the set to be released Adrian in the bottom lane where he will be joined by new AD carry Lost. Time will tell if this move will benefit Echo Fox in the long run.
Back on starting lineup against TSM
July 1, 2018
Smoothie put together a 1/3/10 KDA in Cloud9's return to the lineup on Saturday in his team's loss to TSM.
Smoothie went with Morgana in this one and looked good enough for the most part. He was helping C9 win the bot lane matchup for most of the game, but a few rough deaths derailed things a bit in this lane. More than that, though, C9 was ultimately undone by a clutch Baron steal from TSM. Smoothie looked strong enough after not playing with his team for the first four games of the split. This is certainly a performance they can build on.
Starting out on the bench for Cloud9
June 13, 2018
According to a YouTube video on the team's official channel, Smoothie will not be starting this weekend.
Often touted in past splits as the best support player in North America, it's hard to believe that Smoothie will not be starting this weekend, replaced by newcomer Zeyzal of the C9 Academy team. In the video, team owner Jack Etienne and coach Reapered argued that the move is in the team's best interest, but it's difficult to see the new roster outperforming the old in terms of potential. The two indicated that the old players would need to earn their spots back, but it remains to be seen just how long the veterans will remain on the bench.
Questionable engages
March 19, 2018
Smoothie ended Cloud9's loss to FlyQuest with a KDA of 2/5/6 on Sunday.
Charged with playing Alistar in this game, Smoothie's engagements needed to be rock solid if Cloud9 wanted any chance of getting onto WildTurtle's Kog'Maw through four tanks. Unfortunately, they were less than amazing. In one particularly embarrassing moment, Smoothie Flashed over a wall only to die before landing any real crowd control. The rest of his engages weren't this poor, but they weren't the stellar fight starters Cloud9 desperately needed.
Early miscues come back to haunt him
March 4, 2018
Smoothie tallied a 0/4/11 KDA as Leona in Cloud9's loss against Counter Logic Gaming on Saturday.
Smoothie opted for the playmaking Leona in this series, but could never manage to really give his team an edge in this loss. He missed an early ability that could have secured another early game kill, but Sneaky cleaned up his mess with three kills in the first 13 minutes. As things progressed, however, he and Sneaky started to get picked apart by the powerful Stixxay, who scaled into the late game and carried CLG to a surprising win.
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