Out there with the early second quarter bench unit that saw him play with blinders on during the team’s March struggles, he was looking to pass coming off his initial actions right away. Even though this was a turnover, it’s the exact kind of play he needs to be making to establish that everyone on this team needs to be looking to move the ball. It’s no surprise that Tatum has gone from drawing two or three fouls a game a few weeks ago to at least five a night on the team’s recent winning stretch. He’s also taking 2.7 more catch-and-shoots per game in April, shooting a whopping 18.2 percentage points better than in the aforementioned March period, per Second Spectrum. He’s dialing it up in the most high-value looks in the game and, shockingly, it’s working.