IMHO, and I stress OPINION, the Lakers are making the same mistake with Lonzo as we did with D'Angelo. He should have absolutely no pressure to create his own shot and no expectations as far as scoring at this point in his career.
IMHO, Lonzo should be trying to push the pace and get the Lakers to play faster and more efficient, something we've seen...but still need to play faster until everyone is comfortable where they need to be and when they need to be there.
Lakers have to get Lonzo easy looks at the rim by running some set plays for him on and off the ball in the half court. A few backdoor lobs and a few double on-ball screens to set up Lonzo's ability to make plays and create the right tempo in half court sets.
I'm not going to make this too long so I'll just say this:
Lakers traded away D'Angelo to create space for Lonzo for a reason. It's not to see scoring pressure be placed on our PG again and it's not to turn him into a scoring PG. It's for his passing and leadership. if they wanted shooting and scoring, they could have taken a guy like Dennis Smith Jr but that's not the goal here. Lakers want Showtime? You don't need Lonzo to be a scorer to get there. I hope they resist the temptation to make the same mistake over again.