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2011-12 NCAA Statistics: 11.8 PPG, 7.6 RPG, 2.0 APG
Sticking with the Kentucky Wildcats and with a player whom many consider to be the second-best prospect in this draft, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist comes in as the second player who has merely given us a sample of what he's able to do during his freshman season in Lexington.
One of the main reasons players like Anthony Davis and Kidd-Gilchrist were unable to fill up the stat sheet to their potential was largely due to playing on such a talent-laden team.
With just about every one of UK's 2011-12 starters entering this year's draft, all of the Wildcat players' numbers were deflated playing alongside one another.
That said, MKG is another player who should be able to improve his statistics once he reaches his potential in the NBA.
Kidd-Gilchrist is by no means an offensive powerhouse, but his endless hustle, as well as his intangibles, will allow him to easily surpass the 11.8 points he averaged in college.
It's hard to foresee Kidd-Gilchrist averaging more than 7.6 rebounds per game at the next level, but he should be able to come right near that number within his first couple seasons.