If they are sourcing 82games then we could just do the simple per minutes version for comparison.
The key with Lance is that he is physically imposing as the SG/PG with the length as mentioned, can rebound well for his position (ditto Paul), and can get out and push the ball up if Hill isn't available on the change of possession (ie, out of position, already breaking ahead, etc). The evaluation of the Lance's impact on the starting group was pretty dead-on.
However I disagree with Danny off the bench. Lance's creativity and ability to freelance, dribble attack, and call his own shot make him ideal as a 6th man type. Danny to me is a lot more of a key piece of a group than an individual style player. Lance has had to learn to be MORE of a team player, not less. Being left to his own or with just one other guy (ie, Ian or Tyler) to get something going suits Lance far more than it does Danny.
And keep in mind that the return of Danny gives the team one more starter that can bleed into the bench minutes, as the Paul + 4 thing was mentioned. Now it can be Danny +4 some of the time too, and with Lance there all the time.
Potentially you could have Lance - Paul - Green - Tyler - Ian, or DJ-Lance-Paul-Tyler-Ian...and then you could give Paul a breather sooner and let Danny come in and do the same thing on the back end, meaning that you go to those 4 + Paul for a bit and then switch it to those 4 + Danny (or West, Roy, Hill). Now you never have a group of 5 bench players on the floor at all.
Danny is going to have a big impact on this roster, and in the way some of us suspected his being out probably has helped Paul and Lance by forcing them to step up and be more mature and dominant with their games.