I was going to say I'd like to see him improve his rebounding a bit but they may be a function of the team. Horford leads the team at 7.3 a game and it's mostly a well balanced effort. Monroe gets quite a bit in the time he plays. Jaylen flirting with .400 from 3 too, which is remarkable. A lot of us were hoping he'd develop a 3 with time a la Jimmy Butler, but he's had the shot all along. It is kinda crazy how comparable their rate stats are for the first 2 seasons, with the edge going to Jaylen because he's still younger than Jimmy Butler was in his rookie year, and a better 3 point shooter. If he continues to follow the Jimmy Butler rate stats path, he'll have his breakout season in 2 years.