Kemba had a 5 game slump after Metta Ron Artest destroyed Kemba's shoulder. Outside of those 5 games, Kemba has shot 44% from the field and 34% from 3. Keep in mind that he is the guy that ends up with the ball in his hands late in the shot clock and at the end of the quarters. He shoots around 2 of those a game or more with the shot/game clock on his back. Obviously, those would bring his numbers down a tad.
He also has about 3-4 passes per game that sets a teammate up in their "sweet spot" with a wide open shot, only to be clanked.
I see Kemba more of a Tony Parker than a Jason Terry/Nate Robinson. In Parker's first 7 seasons, his highest numbers were 18.9 points and 6.1 assists (not in the same year). Kemba, in his 2nd year, went 17.7 points and 5.7 assists, basically average Parker numbers for the first several years in the league. He did all this with a rookie MKG, Byron Mullens, and Bismack Biyombo as his starting 3-4-5.
Kemba is far and away the leader of this team. He puts the scoring load on his back when he needs to and is as clutch as anyone that's ever played in Charlotte. I fully believe he is the long term answer at PG.