I like Kuzma, but I think some people have been leaning in his favor just to spite Lonzo in the previous two seasons.
Kuzma can score, and generally puts in the effort on the floor. But his passing and defense aren't really all that. So if he's not shooting right, there's not much to him. Green and Bradley's worth stand in their IQ and experience. And that's what's so nice about our lineup. We've got veterans who've played in deep stretches, some knowing what a ring looks like. People talk(ed) about how Spurs basketball is so textbook, the Lakers right now kinda exist in that same vein —a collection of players who have the actual winning experience and are on the same page. Of course I would've liked to take the hard route and win with the young core, but yeah, this is elite basketball.
LeBron played this card in Miami — stacking Rashard and Miller and Battier (and Ray). Real pitfall imo is age and injury. You only have so many years to attempt this before players legit hit their decline or pile up injuries because of age, and then it's a hard drop.