So basically, he becomes a one and done. Actually, slightly worse since he ate up a spot this year. Even in his one year at Michigan, he didn't do too much until the tourney. Yes, he did have a great 6 games in the tourney last year, and was a large part in Michigan's run to the tile game. But his regular season stats per game were nothing much. 17.7 min, 6.2 pts, 5.5 rebs. Sandi last year was 9.3, 3.3, and 2.5.
I am not knocking McGary, but more or less saying "so what", to all of the people that said we missed out him. Twice as many points and rebounds as Sandi, but also twice as many minutes. I really doubt we get to the tourney with him on our team last year. So there is not even the argument of what he did for Michigan in the tourney could have been us.
Now throw the fact of NCAA drug violations. That is something I really don't want Purdue to be connected with. Recruiting wise, Purdue may have missed on him, but in reality, we were probably better off without him.