Best Point Guard draft ever
Is there a better draft class than 2009 for point guards.
of cousre paul n williams by themselves is better den dis class but the great depth in pgs it was amazing every1 from flynn all da way 2 aj price n still havent seen rubio n wat if wall would hav fought 2 b n this draft WOW!!!! What seperates dis class is its great depth of good pgs n u will never see again
Dont forget Monta Ellis who was drafted a PG
was he in dere draft class??? n hes more of a combo guard just like lou williams
Yea him and Lou williams both 2nd round picks
i would say this is the best pg draft, better then 2005. In my book, having the type of depth and number of quality starters out weighs having dwill and cp3. And i do not consider monta a pg. Curry plays point for the warriors.
if you say Evans is a point guard then this one is better than 2005 and remember Rubio is not playing. Collison is normally a bk up to Paul. Eric Maynor played well in place of Deron Williams before he was traded. lawson has looked good. Holiday has not put up numbers but is starting some and he can play D. Curry is beasting it and Jenning is pretty eletric.Flynn is alright and Teague has not gotten minutes but is a nice player.
would 2003 count as one of the best?
would 2003 rank as one of the best?
the answer is yes
Rodrigue Beaubois, don't sleep on him I really think he's going to be one of the best players out of the entire draft.
as of right now yes. but who knows how many continue to get better or get worst. there has been many players who had good rookie years but went south after that or leveled out
All signs point to yes, this being the best class of point guards in recent memory...but they're only rookies and the pg's of this draft should be re evaluated as whole in 3 years. Hopefully by then Ricky will be in the L
You're jumping to some conclusions here.
It's not likely that Ty Lawson, Darren Collison or Eric Maynor improve much. I wouldn't call Tyreke Evans a point guard, at least not in the long term. And Jrue Holiday may be starting, but he has yet to prove that he's a starter-quality player.
We don't even really know how good Brandon Jennings can be. He may very well be the next Stephon Marbury, for all we know.
Here are some to consider:
1979: Magic Johnson, Vinnie Johnson, Sidney Moncrief, Johnny Moore, Kyle Macy, John Paxson
1987: Kevin Johnson, Mugsey Bogues, Mark Jackson, Kenny Smith
1989: Tim Hardaway, Mookie Blaylock, Pooh Richardson, Sherman Douglas, Dana Barros, B.J. Armstrong
1993: Sam Cassell, Penny Hardaway, Nick Van Exel, Lindsey Hunter.
1996: Allen Iverson, Steve Nash, Stephon Marbury, Derek Fisher
1999: Andre Miller, Baron Davis, Steve Francis, Jason Terry
2005: Chris Paul, Deron Williams, Louis Williams, Ray Felton, Jarrett Jack
This class still has a few years before we start comparing it to any of those classes.