Magette played 18 games (216) minutes for the Hawks and showed a genuine knack for running the team. He had excellent production in assists (9.5 per 36 minutes) with a very low turnover rate, and there’s evidence that Magette created good shots for his teammates with his passing.
Per Cleaning the Glass, the Hawks scored five points per 100 possessions more with Magette on the floor vs. off in 186 non-garbage time minutes. With Magette at point guard for those 364 possessions, the Hawks had significant increases in effective field-goal percentage, including big spikes in accuracy on shots at the rim and in the mid-range. No doubt a lot of the credit for that goes to Magette, who has good vision, makes good reads and finds shooters in rhythm.