The only issue he has is timidness, if he becomes more aggressive on his drives to the basket that alone would open up his game, that and he has yet to play for a competant coach. He would thrive in a D'Antoni system or a Pop system or with the Warriors, but he has been cursed playing for that joke Walton, bum Gentry, and the scam artist SVG.I think he is, but his skill set, or lack thereof makes him more suited to a backup role. He has the upside, but he doesn't have the fire or swag to be good on a consistent basis. Look at TJ McConnell on Indiana. The little guy busts his ass, just to be as good as Lonzo is now, and he is almost as good, on a cheap contract. Lonzo will never live up to his draft pick, but he can be good player on the right team.
If they get rid of the arbitrary salary cap, you could have bothI wish I knew the fine line between players having the power of owning themselves and their brand, and a system that rewarded continuity
Disagree, he showed he was a playmaker with the Lakers and with Gentry.Lonzo isn't a playmaker at the NBA level.
He is one of the best passers to play the game, his court vision is up there with the best of all time.