Alright but look at what he had to work with in 2011-12 and 2012-13: hot garbage and just a couple of NBA-caliber players.
As a PG, you need guys around you to be able to be a franchise player, especially considering his haters say he's not a good distributor. News flash to them: It's really tough to get 9 apg when you're tossing it off to Byron Mullens and Bismack Biyombo down low.
Kemba was left with the tough position of HAVING to score because no one but he and Henderson could put the ball in the hoop, so he had to take shots, otherwise you'd be seeing a lot of 86-57 losses. With a weapon to get the ball to in the post, Kemba will have two positives: Defenses won't be able to focus all their efforts on him, and he'll be able to run the pick and roll better.
Just having Jefferson and Zeller on the roster makes Kemba a top 75 player, because his numbers were top 100 with scrubs. He's only going to get better with more weapons.
Imagine Cam right now. Then imagine Cam if he had somebody like Roddy White or Andre Johnson, plus a promising rookie like Tyler Eifert, to throw to. Would only make him better. It's the same case with KW.
Welp, this is the year for him to prove it. He's going into his 3rd year with an improved Henderson, more experienced MKG, all around player in Cody Zeller, and an offensively "Big" in Jefferson. Kemba must show major improvements and especially with his vision (APG). I love the kid and was pumped when we drafted him. He just hasnt shown enough leadership and that this team is his.
I wanna see Kemba overtaking this team and opening up the offense. We have the players to do it now. I dont want to see Kemba looking like just another "role player". As of right now, he's on the same level as a Brandon Knight. I want to see him evolve his game into a Jrue Holiday; I get they're different type of PG.