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  1. #1
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    Rank your top 20 Point Guards!

    PG has become the most important single position in the league.
    Rank your top 20 PGs. Homerism is looked down upon...
    But will likely play a factor anyhow...
    Here's mine:

    CP3 (top five all time PG and in his prime)
    Steph Curry (possible best shooter of all time and he can pass)
    Tony Parker (chips and continuity... Knows how to win and step up)
    Russell Westbrook (beast on both ends)
    Goran Dragic (Best player on his team as a combo guard and true PG in the Wild West)
    John Wall (speed and leadership)
    Kyle Lowry
    Damian Lilliard (second coming of Chauncey... But better.)
    Ty Lawson
    DWill ( good true PG)
    Mike Conley (efficient)
    Jrue Holiday
    DRose (if he reaches 60% of past self)
    Rajon Rondo (if he reaches 80% of past self)
    Jeff Teague (has really stepped up)
    Isaiah Thomas (scorer... Solid overall player)
    Kyrie Irving (natural talent, but had locker room issues last season)
    MCW (ROY has a lot to prove)
    Brandon Jennings (decent stats... Learning how to distribute)
    Kemba Walker (lots of potential)
    Last edited by DemarDerozan; 09-27-2014 at 12:05 PM.

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    You left out Ty Lawson.

    Chris Paul
    Steph Curry
    Goran Dragic
    Kyle Lowry
    Ty Lawson
    Russell Westbrook
    Tony Parker
    Mike Conley
    Jose Calderon
    John Wall
    Darren Collison
    George Hill
    Ricky Rubio
    Damian Lillard
    Patty Mills
    Deron Williams
    Andre Miller
    Isaiah Thomas
    Jrue Holiday
    Rajon Rondo

    After Conley you start getting into flawed players with significant holes in their game. While they could compensate for them, I'm going on how they performed in the last two years, and how I think they will perform next year.
    Last edited by IndyRealist; 09-27-2014 at 09:05 AM.

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    Didn't we already have a topic like this lol. Why do i have a feeling you made this just to bash kyrie Irving?
    For not honoring a sig bet I now own YEDB90

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    Quote Originally Posted by prodigy View Post
    Didn't we already have a topic like this lol. Why do i have a feeling you made this just to bash kyrie Irving?
    Yep... Kyrie ranked 16th


    #DoubleNickels

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    Quote Originally Posted by prodigy View Post
    Didn't we already have a topic like this lol. Why do i have a feeling you made this just to bash kyrie Irving?

    Sensitive much? The most recent point guard thread I've seen is about Kemba Walker.

    Having said that, I left him off my list. Probably goes somewhere around Lillard on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyRealist View Post
    You left out Ty Lawson.

    Chris Paul
    Steph Curry
    Goran Dragic
    Kyle Lowry
    Ty Lawson
    Russell Westbrook
    Tony Parker
    Mike Conley
    Jose Calderon
    John Wall
    Darren Collison
    George Hill
    Ricky Rubio
    Damian Lillard
    Patty Mills
    Deron Williams
    Andre Miller
    Isaiah Thomas
    Jrue Holiday
    Rajon Rondo

    After Conley you start getting into flawed players with significant holes in their game. While they could compensate for them, I'm going on how they performed in the last two years, and how I think they will perform next year.
    You left out Kyrie Irving!!!!


    #DoubleNickels

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    My list starts and ends with George Hill


    #DoubleNickels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arch Stanton View Post
    You left out Kyrie Irving!!!!
    It's a lot of names to remember in the offseason

    So much butthurt in this thread already....
    Last edited by IndyRealist; 09-27-2014 at 09:58 AM.

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    I think ive shown im no Kyrie fan but putting Darren Collison, Isaiah Thomas, Ricky Rubio, George Hill ahead of him shows you have some bias against him.

    The fact you have George hill ahead of Damian Lillard, and a backup like patty mills ahead of Rondo and Williams makes the whole list suspect.

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    1. Chris Paul - no explanation needed
    2. Russell Westbrook - one of the few true beasts on both ends of the floor
    3. Steph Curry - Dead eye trigger w/ passing ability - if he improves his D he will soon supplant CP3
    4. Tony Parker - Cant deny his ability to lead his team and step up in the clutch, may have played less minutes but still effective in running his team
    5. Kyle Lowry - Absolute bull dog on the court that will play both sides of the floor w/ and improved 3pt shot.


    6. Damian Lilliard - Dude its just a flat out beast with an extreme amount of confidence helping to lead a playoff team
    7. Mike Conley - severely underrated and plays both ends of the floor, consistently improving each season
    8. Goran Dragic - would rank him higher, its just he shares pg duties with Bledsoe and I think of him more as SG
    9. John Wall - Second coming of westbrook on both sides? Plays high energy defense, just lacking shot and has high number turnovers
    10 . Kyrie Irving - idk.. I just don't like him LOL I think hes overated.. but hes obviously talented on the offensive end, I personally just wouldn't put him in the same class as Curry/Lillard even though they aren't good defenders either.

    11. Derrick Rose - Obviously he'd be rated higher, #4-5 if he comes back even 80% of his old self, his stats were terrible in FIBA, but his bounce was there..
    12. Rajon Rondo - He'd also be rated higher but due to his injuries don't know where he'll land next season on top of the broken hand he just suffered
    13. Ty Lawson - lightning quick with a deadly 3pt shot, just too diminutive imo to be a good defender
    14. Jeff Teague - Improved tremendously with the injuries and departures of Horford and Johnson, he's gonna surprise a lot of people this year once again
    15. Jrue Holiday - Injuries hampered his first season with NOH, but I personally think that eastern all star birth was somewhat fluke, still as solid pg -

    16. Kemba Walker - solid player, but a sg stuck in a pg body, still good enough to help lead his team to a playoff birth, but I think with the addition of Stephenson we will finally be able to see a more efficient walker
    17. Deron Williams - Oh how the mighty have fallen, from #2 PG 3-4 years ago all the way down to #17 on my list.. he is "healthy" so maybe we'll see some type of resurgence? Could be even lower if he continues his downward spiral
    18. Ricky Rubio - his passing and defense are his calling, but in some forums his D seems to be overrated? He is absolutely not an offensive threat though..
    19. MCW - ROY.. stats product of a bad team? He'll have time to improve though with the team once again fully his to experiment his skills with
    20. Jennings/George Hill/Isaiah Thomas in that order

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    Kyrie is easily in the top three.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HandsOnTheWheel View Post
    Kyrie is easily in the top three.
    Nope.
    Westbrook
    CP3
    Parker

    Are all way better.

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    Combo of the past ~2 years or so and a bit looking ahead...

    1: CP3
    2: Curry
    3: Westbrook
    4: Parker

    5: Dragic
    6: Ty Lawson
    7: Conley
    8: Lowrey
    9: Wall
    10: Lillard
    11: Irving
    12: I. Thomas

    13: George Hill
    14: Rondo
    15: Kemba
    16: Rubio
    17: Jrue Holiday
    18: Teague
    19: Calderon
    20: Trey Burke

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    You guys do know lawson was tied for second in assists last year right? Also was near the top in steals and points.

    1. Chris Paul
    2. Stephen curry
    3. Tony Parker
    4. Kyrie Irving
    5. Ty Lawson

    6. Damien lillard
    7. Kyle Lowry
    8. Goran dragic
    9. Eric Bledsoe
    10. Deron Williams



    Left out Russell Westbrook by mistake I think he's 3rd


    Only doing 10 because 20 is too much.
    "There are only two or three superstars in the league anyways," Karl said early in the season.

    Agreed


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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyRealist View Post
    You left out Ty Lawson.
    Fixed

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