His stats didn't dip last season, he was above NBA average in mid range game percentage, his driving and transition offense was still good and his defense was elite. His ft% was also above 70% on the year and nearly 80 after the break.
The team averaged more points and gave up less with him on the court as well. Also he averaged nearly 9 shots a game last season and shot 46% from the field.
Oh and the team had a winning record with him and an abysmal loosing record without him.
He is with out a doubt the most important player on the team as far as wins and losses are concerned.
He's probably going to average highs in assists here. He'll be used similar to hedo in Orlando when clifford was there. So theres a chance he has career highs across the board this season since he'll have the ball so much.
Batum hasn't actually shot the three well last couple seasons. 34% or so forth and Hendo had actually improved and was shooting over 30% last season. Giving up Vonleh for a JAG is horrible trade and a firable offense. Only way the trade is a success is if Two things happen,
1. Batum stays healthy and averages 15+ 5 and 5.
2. Vonleh enda up being a complete bust.