Lee couldn't keep up his efficient scoring because of poor accuracy on a high rate of 3-point shots (11-for-60). However, Lee shot 51.1 percent on 2-pointers, including 25-for-33 at the rim per Cleaning the Glass, and showed pretty good play-making ability with a very low turnover rate. Lee was better in transition than the halfcourt, and he also shot 3-pointers poorly in the G League, but he showed some potential as a scorer.
Defensively, Lee had a high steals percentage, pretty good rate of deflections and rebounded very well. Hawks opponents scored 12.3 points less per 100 possessions with Lee on the court vs. off, according to CTG. A lineup that featured Lee alongside DeAndre’ Bembry and Taurean Prince was particularly effective defensively albeit with a small sample size of 46 possessions.