Not looking at per minute averages. Outside of his rebounding percentage/steals (which remained status quo) his advanced stats are up across the board. Literally. Dragic dipped in some areas way more than Davis did.
Your logic is awful.
Yes, Davis improved (almost) across the board SLIGHTLY.
Dragic improved in most areas, but did dip in a couple SLIGHTLY.
But Dragic had the most drastic IMPROVEMENTS. Davis didn't improve drastically anywhere.
Dragic's dips were extremely small to the point where it's really not even a dip. Davis' improvements were either due to increased minutes and expected improvement from one year to the next at his age. They weren't drastic night and day differences like with Dragic.
Davis was good last year, he just didn't get enough minutes. While Davis did better than almost everybody thought he would, it wasn't particularly surprising that Davis would be a beast.
This post was edited on 4/23 at 1:01 pm