As I've stated above, I realize its only two games and two games against teams that barely have a pulse (no offense, Drake). However, this is the data we have to draw on and I don't think McKay's game will change a whole lot based on competition. He will get garbage points and those don't have a lot to do with defense. I "extrapolated" the data to show his numbers for 30 minutes. Do I think he will get 30 minutes a game soon? Probably not, but those are "starter" minutes and I think McKay will creep closer and closer to that threshold.
Should we expect to see McKay produce a line of 18/11/3 against better competition? Probably not, but what if he produces at just 80 percent of that clip? Here is the line:
Still pretty good huh? Just how good? Well, here was Melvin Ejim's production in similar criteria last year...