This ain't an off year for European basketball. Euroleague is the second best basketball competition in the world. Doncic is that good. Nobody at his age has ever been close to his production.
I usually doesn't pay attention to the Doncic criticism, as it often comes from people who haven't watched a single euro game in his entire life, but I'm a little bit tired of reading nonsense about Luka.
I'm a Real Madrid season ticket holder, so I think I've watched him enough to tell his strengths and weaknesses. He's magnificent on ball, and he can play off ball too without any problem (in fact, he shares a lot of playing time with another PG). He crashes the boards, has an amazing court vision and has an alpha mentality.
His problems come on the defensive side. Although he's making progress, his lateral quickness is not good, he lacks court awareness on the close outs and he makes silly fouls sometimes. And no, this is not due to a lack of athleticism, which is above average (he's way quicker when you watch him live than when you watch him on the TV).
His shot selection can be improved (and will be), as well as his three point percentage. He has a killer step-back (one of the best I have seen) and can take defenders off the dribble whenever he wants. Good interior scorer and great when it comes to provoking fouls and and getting into the line. Can take smaller players into the post, too.
Best comp I can think of (I'm not a fan of comparing players at all) is Drazen Petrovic, although way bigger and without his killer shot (yet).
And please, stop talking about highlights videos. If you want fancy dunks and crazy athleticism go watch the Globetrotters. Only way you can have an informed opinion on Luka is if you watch an actual game and see with your own eyes how he affects the game in every way. Period.