I agree that he fits the Lakers’ offensive system. That’s why they drafted him. And, he makes the players around him better by the way he pushes the ball up the floor.
But if you watched the Lakers play the Cavs last night, you would have seen five good lob or interior passes to players for dunks or layups, that were missed by Lopez, Nance and Randle. Lopez, in particular was horrible, as the biggest player on the floor unable to finish at the rim.
That would have given the Lakers a chance to win the game, and Lonzo would have had 16 assists and a stat line that would be closer in quality to a good game by Simmons.