It's not a hurdle like a problem or flaw, its one tool/weapon in his belt. And its very useful at times. But to the extent that it disrupts the flow of the other two all stars, he needs to figure out how to be a part of that motion offense, how can he best serve it, etc... Klay is not great at creating for himself. His best offense is curling off screens for a catch and shoot. That is how he gets himself going. He can't do that if KD is just standing on the opposite side of the floor watching, waiting for the bail out ball.