Jarrett Jack will likely be playing PG most of the season due to injury for Stephen Curry, or just because Stephen Curry is lighting it up from three point range. The Warriors give a little and got a lot. When trading Dorell Wright, they got an experienced PG who averaged well over 10 PPG, has court vision, and a high basketball IQ. The lineups and possibilities are endless.
Points: Jack isn't a natural scorer, he's more of a facilitator. He still knows where he needs to be and at the right time as well. This is why the points come to him naturally. He can hit the spot up three, or take the ball through an open lane to the basket. Jarrett Jack is likely to float around 11.2 PPG this season.
Assists: I predicted that Jack would be the leader in assists. Mainly because he's passing the ball to Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Harrison Barnes, David Lee, and Brandon Rush. Those aren't even the only guys who can score on the team. Jack has the eye for the play too, as he will be able to slip it into Bogut for an easy basket at the rim. Jack will average around 6.7 Assists per game.
Rebounds: Again, it isn't really a PG's job to secure a rebound. But when you're a smart PG like CP3, or Russell Westbrook, the ball comes right into your hands off a missed shot. Its about positioning. Jack will average around 3.4 Rebounds per game.
Steals: He may not have the quickest hands, or the longest arms, but Jack does have the ability to get into the passing lane, or strip a center from behind. Again, for a PG, it's all about positioning. Jack should average at least 0.8 steals per game. At least.
Turnovers: PG's are usually the cause of many turnovers. Hopefully, as far along as Jack is in his career, he won't end up turning the ball over that much. He's an experienced veteran who knows what he's doing, and can predict how other players will react to a certain pass that he makes. Jack will only average around 1 TO per game.