Nice analysis, Boston. Well done. You really convinced me with the statis-- oh, wait. You didn't use any. How about logical comp-- oh, none of those either? Well, at least you responded with class-- nope. Not even that.
Prove me wrong if you don't agree. If you can. Don't attack the poster-- attack the message.
FWIW, Clarke scores at a solid clip-- 15 PPG, but is limited because that's all he can do. Fredette can't guard a stopwatch. He doesn't rebound. He leaks out to cherry pick points and he takes an absolute ton of shots per game.
He also plays against lesser players with less athletic ability, meaning that quick release looks that much quicker and that first step is good enough.
Were he to play against top-notch competition, he'd still score. But not at the rate he does now.