I am pretty sure these are accurate, perhaps a bit off, but should be quite close. Anyway, now that Chris Walker has 2 games under his belt, with an average playing time of 5.5 minutes per game (mean and median are identical in the 2 game scenario), just out of curiosity, I decided to expand statistics and see what he would be doing if he were playing for 20 minutes per game in comparison with the season totals for other players. I realize that more minutes usually translates to different types of performance than fewer minutes, but anyway. I will list the top few for the various statistics, in some cases, I will include the entire team. Personal Fouls (20 Min) 7.3 - C. Walker 2.1 - P. Young 1.9 - Finney-Smith 1.8 - Hill & Yeguete 1.7 - C. Prather 1.2 - D. Walker 1.1 - M. Frazier Clearly, the freshmen and interior players are leaders in this arena. Rebounds (20 Min) 5.9 - Finney-Smith 5.5 - C. Walker 5.0 - P. Young 4.4 - W. Yeguete 3.7 - C. Prather Total Points (20 Min) 14.5 - C. Walker 11.1 - C. Prather 08.6 - M. Frazier 08.3 - P. Young 07.6 - Finney-Smith 07.4 - S. Wilbekin 05.0 - K. Hill Shots Taken (20 Min) 9.1 - C. Walker 6.9 - C. Prather 6.5 - Finney-Smith 5.9 - P. Young 5.6 - S. Wilbekin 4.1 - K. HIll 3.5 - W. Yeguete Blocked Shots (20 Min) 3.6 - C. Walker 0.8 - P. Young 0.7 - D. Walker 0.4 - C. Prather 0.3 - Finney-Smith 2-Point FG Percentage (Total, not merely 20 min) 80.0 - C. Walker 62.8 - C. Prather 61.5 - J. Kurtz 59.2 - M. Frazier 56.0 - P. Young 48.4 - K. Hill 48.2 - W. Yeguete 43.7 - Finney-Smith 42.9 - D. Walker 40.0 - S. Wilbekin So, although these statistics come from an exceedingly limited period of time, they make it relatively clear that C. Walker is EXCEEDINGLY active when he is on the floor. Unfortunately, he would found out in 15 minutes and would give up about 20 points to the man he was guarding, which explains why he is playing so little, but he certainly is active.