You make a statement, then argue that the ramifications of your initial claim can't be used as a debate point. You want to only debate the actual statement made and nothing that comes along with that statement had it become a reality. That's not how debates work.
I'm not going to argue if Ball could average 10-12 assists a game without acknowledging what that means for the team.
If you want to state that Lonzo could average 10-12 assists on a garbage lottery team than thats fine although that still can't be proven statistically. But simply stating that Lonzo could average 10-12 assists without any context is silly and likely intentionally misleading on your behalf.
You can post as many youtube videos as your heart desires but Lonzo Ball's factual statistics suggest that he'd turn the ball over at an alarming rate if he averaged 10 assists a game. Removing Lebron, instantly makes this team much worse. Even without Rondo and Bron, Lonzo hasn't come close to averaging 10 assists per game. At no point in his career has he consistently put up the assist totals necessary to average 10 apg.
You can't force me to predict something I didn't predict.
You can't force me to discuss something I didn't bring up.
I made a clear statement. I made a claim that I could make a case that Lonzo could average 10-12 assists. I made no other claims.
I have already conceded that if we didn't have LeBron/Rondo, we wouldn't be as good...why won't you concede that Lonzo could average 10-12 apg? I'm not arguing against your statements. You're the only one arguing.