A very long and extremely skinny player, the physically raw Lopicic featured an excellent array of skills while proving to be a real basketball player.
In terms of abilities, he displays basically what you would look in a center. For starters, despite his physical weakness, he's quite a hustler who doesn't avoid contact and tries to make up for his lack of build. He can play in the low post, already showing some decent moves with solid footwork and the soft touch to net the ball out of jump-hooks. Although his jumper seems a work in progress, his soft touch goes beyond the low post and promises a useful spot-up mid-range shooter for the future.
Usually displaying very good decision making, he shows a good feel for the game, understanding what's going on in every situation. A solid passer out of the post, and a solid rebounder with very good timing, he usually reacts correctly to the different situations he faces. Very mobile, his lateral quickness on defense is pretty accurate, while he stays as physical as his body allows him in the low post.
Obviously the biggest problem with Lopicic is his physical build. It's not only that he's very skinny at this point, but his frame is really bad, limiting his future potential. Indeed, he will likely be as good as his physical development allows.