Mady Sissoko was one of the most improved players on the team this past season, whether fans want to believe that or not. He took some major leaps defensively and even added an alley-oop package to his game which accounted for most of his offense.
Early in the season, however, he flashed more offensive capabilities. He played really well against Gonzaga and Kentucky but seemed to lose some confidence offensively. He finished the season averaging 5.1 points and 6.1 rebounds per game while shooting 61 percent from the floor and he actually got better as a free throw shooter, too, with a 64 percent clip compared for 43 percent as a sophomore.
Mady went from averaging around five minutes per game through his first two seasons to 21.4 minutes as a junior and he responded to the uptick rather well.
I think if he takes another healthy step in the right direction this offseason, he could average somewhere in the ballpark of 8.0 points and 10 rebounds per game while blocking one-plus shots per game and shooting 60 percent from the floor. If he can add some sort of post package, he could see another massive improvement.