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Who's #1 In Point Guard Rankings?

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Who's #1 In Point Guard Rankings?


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Dc77

DC77 always post rose videos of Rose.

This perhaps is a bromance lol

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He's a Bulls fan. He's very

He's a Bulls fan. He's very biased for Bulls players and players from Chicago. You should have found that out when he said Eva Turner should have went #1.

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pretty much yeah this is

pretty much yeah this is expected

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Deron Williams. He has

Deron Williams. He has inarguably the best scoring/distributing skill set (averaging career high 22 ppg, and 10.2 assists) and the Jazz are 15-5 despite playing with 1 other returning starter, and they haven't had Okur, who's started at least 70 games for the each of the last 5 years. Based on his slow but sure development into an elite-level scorer (he could easily score 27-30 a game if he wanted to be more selfish) as well as someone who's a lock for 10 dimes I have to go with him.

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Watching Dwill ever since ive

Watching Dwill ever since ive lived in utah i have to agree he could average 27-30 ppg. i believe CP3 could as well if either were more selfish. My pick is Dwill for best PG in th eleague because he does everything that CP3 can do as well as being bigger

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on that note

Dwill's athleticism is also underrated, he's very explosive and I actually think he's probably the best PG dunker in the league, it's amazing how opponents are so shocked when he throws it down, like look at him like he couldn't get up to the rim. Also he uses his very large wingspan as well: his wingspand was measured at 6-6.25 at the combine; Paul was just 6-1. Rose and Westbrook are incredibly gifted physically but DWill certainly measures up; compare that with his scoring ability, top-tier assist numbers and team's consistency he has to be the top PG in my mind.

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Its too close with Dwill and

Its too close with Dwill and CP3 to call for me. But Dwill the best PG dunker? Not over westbrook or Rose thats for sure

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Well if we are talkin best pg

Well if we are talkin best pg dunkers Rose and Westbrook are pretty much a tossup

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Wall for point guard dunkers

Wall for point guard dunkers as well. CP3 for top point guard by the slightest of margins, in my opinion....

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deron williams, derrick rose,

deron williams, derrick rose, chris paul, russel westbrook, rajon rondo, steve nash...... its a toss up, I will say that hands down nash is the best shooter. and thats not even biased its just facts.

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There is no best there are

There is no best there are just different players...Also imagine how good Nash would be on a team like Boston, now imagine how rondo would play on a team like Phoenix. I am not being biast because I am Canadian but I feel like Nash gets slept on as still an elite PG in the league. Im pretty sure every Phoenix Sun would tell you right now he is the best Pg in the game. Lets not forget what he did last playoffs.

As for my personaly opinion just like I said all last year and the year before, its gotta be Chris Paul imo. i just feel like Westbrook, Rondo and rose fit a certain style especially Rose and westbrook who still rely on skill and athletisism rather then fundementals and the system put in place to be productive. Paul, Williams, and Nash seem to be the guys that are capable of fitting into any system and playing extremely productive. Also I believe to win a championship your PG will have to be very versatile and be able to hit clutch shots, 3 point shots so this is my order.

Paul-Tied for 1st

Williams-Tied for 1st

Nash-2nd

Rose-3rd

Rondo- Tied for 4th

Westbrook- Tied for 4th

Those 6 guys are in a class of their own as far as PGs go, and should be the only players people are allowed to say are the best.

Also just to put things into perspective so far in this short season I would also like to state Westbrook would have my MVP vote. The reason he is last on the list is because he is the least proven/experienced PG there as far as Playoff games go, and he is also missing a 3 point shot he needs to add to his arsenal so he can be more effective in the playoffs.

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I think D-Will

But Rondo plays in a style that does not suit him so he is the best passer. He would be better in a up and down game,but he is playing a halfcourt game and still being the most important player to his team. Rondo is not the system cause the C's system does not really suit him.

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