He can get better at free throw shooting look at DeAndre right now u make no sense people can improve in basketball if they work hard enough easily fixable.
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I’m being honest Lonzo Ball plays winning basketball that rubs off on other players. He plays a winning style of basketball the dynamic changes when he’s on the floor opposed to when he is not. He is special just in a different way. He’s like Mayweather, he won’t knock you out but he will strategically do the little things to win the extra pass, steal etc. He will have some break put scoring point games as a young player I feel he’ll average about 18 to 20 once he fully develops. Basketball Balls deep we don’t stop at 3rd base. I respect what you are saying but you can’t play winning basketball if you can’t shoot, Lonzo plays untalented basketball, the type of ball you can teach anyone with interest and slightly above average intelligence but no elite talent. I’m pulling for Lonzo bc he seems like a decent person but honestly, he’s a lot of hype.
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I guess still is overrated his game would not translate to the league now u need ur point to make 3s nowadays period he just doesn’t have that he’s way too passive, tbh 10 rebs a night is doable but that doesn’t help the team out as much as 20 points a game which he will never average. Josh Jackson and Simmons play different positions and have other tangible skills that translate well in the NBA and for the way Lonzo‘ game is set up not having a jumper in the NBA is gonna affect him more than the other two. John Stockton averaged 5 pts and 4 assists his rookie season and Steve Nash averaged 3 pts. Ball’s numbers are almost identical to Jason Kidd’s rookie season and that’s who he’s been compared to most. I use those 3 as an example because they were also all pass-first types whose offense didn’t click right away. We have to allow a 20 yr old kid a learning curve and be realistic in terms of expectations of a young pg who is in the learning and developing stages. NBA players are all saying good things so that’s what matters most as far as opinions go I suppose. He’ll be alright, just like Ingram is turning out after his rocky rookie year.