While he was an All-Rookie Second Team member last season, Gilgeous-Alexander has been much more productive as a member of the Thunder early on (traded from the Clippers this past offseason). Thus far, he has nearly doubled his scoring average of 10.8 as a rookie (20.1 in 11 games), has more than doubled his rookie rebounding average of 2.8 (currently at 5.8), and has shot about 2.5 times more threes than last season while connecting on them at a higher rate.
NBA PPG increase leaders from 18/19 to 19/20:— Faizal Khamisa (@SNFaizalKhamisa) November 13, 2019
1. Pascal Siakam 16.9ppg —> 26.3ppg (+9.4 ppg)
2. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 10.8ppg —> 20.1ppg (+9.3 ppg)
3. Luke Kenard 9.7ppg —> 18.9 ppg (+9.2 ppg)
Siakam's up 19ppg in less than 2 seasons. Amazing.