I wanted to get an idea of what to expect from Calderon
next season in terms of stats (which would hopefully translate into wins for the team), and the best way - I think - was to isolate his stats as a starting PG when TJ was completely out of the picture (i.e. injured). In that regard, Calderon
played 30 games as the main PG of the team and was backed up by Juan Dixon and/or Darrick Martin in limited minutes.
Calderon's stats in the 30 games in which TJ Ford was completely out:
37 mpg, 14.8 ppg, 10.2 apg, 1.73 tov
0.543 FG%, 0.449 3FG%, 0.910 FT%
Obviously, there is no guarantee that he can repeat those numbers, especially that we have a second option on offense now, but the sample size is fair enough to suggest that he can at least keep the assists up, but probably not the points.
Personally, I don't care about his points, because if he's dishing 10 assists per game, then the whole team is benefitting.