If you look at both guys production last year - Hibbert averaged 25 minute per game and Rush over 30 minutes per game.
Hibbert has the most room to improve, mainly because he can play more minutes. He has to stay out of foul trouble against other elite bigs... I think Roy can be a 15 point, 8 rebound guy next year... if they get him some help, he could be closer to 16-18 points... he's not much of a rebounder, so I think his ceiling on the boards is gonna be around 8 to 9 per game.
Roy Hibbert #55 C
PPG RPG BPG
11.7 5.7 1.6
Brandon is about where he's gonna be. There is a chance his numbers get a little better, 12 to 14 points per game.
Brandon Rush #25 SG
PPG APG 3P%
9.4 1.4 .411
Here is something else to consider... to increase your average by one point per game, you have to add 82 points of offense to your total for the season... two points is 164 points of total offense across the season... so while it seems easy to project guys to increase dramatically, it rarely happens unless the player makes substantial strides and the team goes to them more on offense.
Neither of these guys seem poised to be first option players in Indiana, not under Jim O'Brien.
No just Troy Murphy