And I said that I thought Valanciunas would probably only play 15-20 mpg IN HIS ROOKIE SEASON mostly due to him adjusting to the speed and strength of NBA players and the way NBA games are officiated. I figured he'll have a similar year as Amir did in his first year with the Raptors, where he averaged 17 mpg.
And I'm basing my predictions on actually watching him play and knowing the history of players like that who move to the NBA. You want to predict Casey's tenure based on literally nothing. We have absolutely no idea how good a head coach he'll be, how successful the team will be, what players the team will acquire in the next year or two, and without knowing those variables, it's a ridiculous exercise to try and predict. It's like trying to predict the weather without knowing what time of year it is, what the weather was like previously and what part of the world you are in. It's pointless.