TheWolfoftheNBA wrote:LAL wrote:I'm glad people are struggling to find a strong comparison for Lonzo's game. It tells me that he is a unique and rare talent and may potentially have the ability to impact the game in a way we haven't seen. He has been a tremendous asset for every team he has ever played for and does not appear to be slowing down. His game clearly has some holes, like all players, but the fact his game cannot be easily categorized is a sign of the enormous potential he has.
Theres no correlation of not being categorized and for that having enormous potential, but nonetheless I'm a huge fan as people already know.
He's a cool kid, first and foremost. Doesn't get phased out, no panic, he's just smooth.
My thing on him now is his defense, it looks like Isiah and him are the worst pG defenders in the L. He really needs to use his length and play harder defensively. Those habits start now.
You know what I mean. He has an incredibly unique combination of skills that make his game hard to categorize within traditional positional roles and past players. This in combination with the high impact he has demonstrated at every level shows he has great potential to positively influence the game in a way we haven't exactly seen before.