thats what im saying, like hes just a one dimensional player and will jsut sit there shooting threes, he can take guys off the dribble and still get to the rim.
Except he probably won't be able to take quicker SF's off the dribble like everyone thinks he can. Also, he probably won't shoot as high a percentage from the SF position because he won't be as close to the basket as he would have been in the PF position. The majority of his shots were made in the painted area, while he was erratic with his jumpshooting. Therefore, I assume that his shooting percentage will drop as a SF due to the position being mostly on the perimeter.
Everyone comments on his ability to take people off the dribble and beat them with his speed and size, but when does he ever really do that? He won't be able to use his speed against quicker SF's, and his size isn't very useful on the perimeter. LO at SF is not a positive for the Lakers. I don't think he'll be as productive as he was this season I'm looking at...
12 points, 9 rebound (due to being on the perimeter), and 4 assists per game. (My Guess)