I'll make this short and sweet, but I'm interested in feedback.
Obviously, this kind of production (25 and 10) isn't a given from Tyler for the rest of his career or the season. Still, in his first extended action of his career, Hansbrough has done really well. He's done it in a fashion that makes me look a lot less stupid for saying it's possible for him to be a reasonable stand-in for David West of the New Orleans Hornets.
So, I want to know what you all think: can Tyler Hansbrough put up David West-ian production as a starting forward in this league?