Eh...he scored and assisted at basically unprecedented rates for a rookie, and did so against many playoff teams. You could tell the way teams respected him throughout the year, constantly doubling and trapping and doing anything to get the ball out of his hand. He struggled with some longer excellent defenders (as most players do), but scored well against plenty of others. His ball handling is out of this world, his floater is getting to be unstoppable, and I have no doubt his 3P% will come up (though he'll never get to rarefied air there). I'm fairly confident he'll easily be a 20+ pt scorer in this league, and probably a 10+ assist guy.
And even if you continue to think Luka is the better player through their careers (which could certainly happen), I'm also confident you'll look back at some point and think "why the **** did I ever think it was smart to agree with Skip ******* Bayless."
I mean, I'd just as easily worry about Luka being the go-to guy in playoff games ... don't think I want that guy on the foul line in a clutch situation.