So far two stat categories standout to me as extreme positives going forward.
First, steals per game.
2.67 spg - top 5 in the NBA. This is a stat that JLin translated amazingly well from College. If you're anywhere close to top 10, you have elite level quickness. So, even with Jeremy not at 100% physically (he seems to be getting closer game by game), he has increased his steals per 36min so far this season.
Free throw percentage.
18/19 .947%. It is virtually unheard of for someone to improve their free throw shooting by close to 25% over a career, much less do it over 3 year span. I don't expect JLin to shoot .95 but anything close to .9 would be an amazing improvement in a very short time. This shows you what an incredible shooting coach he has in Doc Scheppler. Let's stop harping on him whenever Jeremy has a bad shooting game. Remember, he work with JLin a ton last summer/fall/winter but didn't really get in as much work this season due to his injury and schedule.
His 3 point shot looks good to me when he isn't hesitating. Look for his 3 point percentage to keep rising. Maybe you stats guy can help here, but I can't think of a great free throw shooter, who is a bad three point shooter.
There are many concerns still out there. Some that will disappear after more games others that may keep growing. I'll try and hit some that I feel are legit, after the Miami game tonight.