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View Poll Results: Is it a good thing if your PG leads your team in scoring?

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  1. #1
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    Is it a good thing if your PG leads your team in scoring?

    Is it a good thing if your PG leads your team in scoring?
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    If he leads in assists as well....

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    Yeah why not? As long as he leads the team with ast. per game as well


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    What was said above

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    Depends on the rest of the makeup of the team. Ideally, I would prefer any position besides PG to lead the team in scoring because I view PG's as distributors more than scorers, but if the rest of the team is properly built around the concept (SG who can create for others, unselfish role players) then there is no problem with a PG leading the team in scoring.
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    Realistically, I want my point guard dishing it out, scoring 10-15 per game, and playing great defense. That's ideal.

    If my point guard is the one scoring, it indicates a lack of flow on the offensive end, and possibly some selfishness. This isn't always true, but it can be.

    If I have a point guard that's a great scorer, than so be it, but that isn't what I expect, or want out of that position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b_rad23 View Post
    If he leads in assists as well....
    Only PG I remember leading his team in scoring and winning it all was Magic in 1987.
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    if your PG is AVGing 23PPG, then yea, thats fine. CP3

    But it isnt the ideal situation, You want the PG to do-it-all and if they are a DO-IT-ALL PG and leading in scoring, then YES thats great. If the PG leads team in scoring and that all, then NO, you dont want that.

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    its not a bad thing..
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    Quote Originally Posted by JordansBulls View Post
    Only PG I remember leading his team in scoring and winning it all was Magic in 1987.
    Walt Frazier and Isiah Thomas twice.

    But no, it's generally not a good thing to have your PG lead your team in scoring.

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    I wouldn't want my PG to he should be dishing out the ball and playing D.

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    I would actually like it if my PG led in scoring. He would have the ball all the time. He has to pass too though.

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    Well, in some way, i do like it, but then again i don't.

    Example home: Devin Harris.
    He's a great player, but when you look at percentage wise, it's pretty low. I don't have the actual numbers, but he's shooting like .300-.400 or something like that i think. That's not great, but hey, 21 or something ppg, while almost averaging 7 assists. That's pretty good i guess.

    But the only way a PG should be scoring the most is when he is playing great defense, actually giving assists out also, and having that leadership role.

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    Yes. As long as the team wins games.

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    Somebodys got to do it.




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