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The Top Ten
This is right but everything else should go like this
2. Big O
3. John Stockton
4. Isiah Thomas
5. Jason Kidd - FootballDog61
Magic Johnson is clearly the greatest point guard of all time, if not the greatest NBA player of all time. This man led the Lakers to 5 NBA Championships in the 80's and could have won a few more if his NBA career wouldn't have been cut short. He also won 3 MVP's, 3 Finals MVP's, and became a 12 time All-Star and a Hall of Famer. - rapaddict97
Have you seen Magic Johnson pass? While Michael Jordan could make insane shots, Magic could make insane passes. Easy No. 1 - Bronson
Hoops for daysXDV 8 Comments
He totally deserves to be at the number two spot. He's one of the most underrated players ever. He's the guy who made Karl Malone as great as he was!
easily number 1. magic could play point guard but he is over 6:10 he is "suuposed" to play centre - nbaallstar
I would have love to see Magic and Isiah's numbers if they played to 40 - time would have hit them hard unlike Stockton.
High basketball IQ, great passer, court vision. Averaged 2.2 steals per game and took the Jazz to the playoffs every year of his career.V 7 Comments
Rings count folks. This guy won it back to back. Would have been 4 possible rings if not for Bird steal and then loss to Lakers when they tried to 3 peat.
He gets a bad rap because of bad boy pistons and the media hate. But really evaluate his game. He has 2 RINGS. More than all the other PG's here besides Magic. So he should be NUMBER 2!
Totally underrated by the media and fans. Small, but could lockdown any guard while simultaneously creating plays on offense. Pretty amazing player if you ask me
Underrated. People don't understand he was the only other guy in the 80s who was at Bird & Magic's level.
A member of the Bad Boys. His team won 2 championships in a row. That's impressive. - EpicJakeV 4 Comments
How did this guy not make the list initially?... Twelve-time All-Star, eleven-time member of the All-NBA Team, and one-time winner of the MVP award in fourteen seasons. He is the only player in NBA history to average a triple-double for an entire season. Robertson is the only guard in NBA history to ever average more than 10 rebounds per game, doing so three times. For his career, Robertson had 181 triple-doubles, a record that has never been approached. These numbers are even more astonishing if it is taken into account that the three-point shot did not exist when he played, which was introduced by the NBA in the 1979-80 season and benefits sharpshooting back court players. Maybe only Magic can challenge him as the greatest PG ever. And, I thought MJ was a SG.
Big O averaged a triple double for a span of 5 seasons... Easily the best point guard argument between him and magic and stockton. But I think stockton is third in this list and the rest doesn't matter..
Number 10? You guys know nothing about basketball whatsoever. Dennis Johnson? Nate Archibald? Lenny Wilkens? Wow.
P.S. How is Logic black? The NBA is rigged - 9713524179V 6 Comments
Come on, he was more effective at the point guard position than Stockton. He could do the dynamic duo thing with whatever big men he happened to be paired up with (at par, if not better than Stockton). He made his team better as well as playing the role of solo game changer-give me the ball and get outta my way stuff, when the game was not the line. Clutch. 2 consecutive mvp seasons!
Steve Nash is the definition of what a true point guard should be. His passing skills are Montana magic, Court vision is superior to any athlete, Best shooter of having four years of doing a 50-40-90's stat, so he's a solid shooter, picks his shot that most likely will make, & is a beast! He may not have been a defender, but he has moments of stealing the ball & the least you won't see him is blocking someone, otherwise you can't stop his pick n roll was deadly with Stoudemire!
This guy is an absolutely brilliant point guard and still going amazingly at 38 years of age, truly the greatest point guard of all time
Steve Trash deserved ZERO of his MVPs - 9713524179V 13 Comments
He has to be at least number ten. Incredible handles lights out shooting. Great player
Yeh he has got god handles
One of the best 3 point shooters ever, enough has already been said
Greatest shooter of all time. Just as Oscar and Magic redefined the PG position with the rare combination of skill and size, Curry is doing the same but in a whole new way.V 16 Comments
Kidd should be in the top three. I mean it. Look at his numbers: over 100 triple doubles, 2nd all time in steals and assists, also the guard with the most rebounds. He makes smart plays and has improved his shooting like no one else. He is also the only NBA player with 18,000 points, 11000 assists, 7000 rebounds, and 2200 steals. This guy is a beast. He also got a ring. Most points guard in the top ten don't (Steve Nash, Rajon Rondo, etc. )
He is old but he can still do great assists. He is the better than Fisher and Steve Nash!V 2 Comments
Him and magic and iverson are my favorite 3
CP3 is a talented and fun player to watch. He has nice handles, jumpshot, and layup. Other than that, he is known for coming up short in the playoffs. He is prone to committing turnovers in high pressure situations and very often passes when he feels like it. He a good player but he might not ever win a chip.
Magic Johnson is the best but if I had to choose one that could eventually pass him it would be CP3. While Westbrook, Rondo, and D-Rose (huge fan of him) will drive and shoot, Chris Paul will find the best option first and take it. CP3 is a true point guard. - BronsonV 3 Comments
Not a true point guard, the man even said so himself, but deserves higher. AI could pass the ball well and was a great team leader. He also performed well in clutch time and led a sorry team to the FINALS! - bishop.moore07
He is better than Stockton he should be higher and has the best handles in the NBA
In his prime the best player under 6" ever can score like nobody else and has handles of a streetballer only thing missing is his attitude but in some of his best seasons he managed to facilitate too definite top 5
A.I. was a shooting guard. Not a point guard. - phillysportsV 5 Comments
He made ray allen leave the celtics and his chemistry sucks and he ruins every team and he can't shoot - 9713524179
Rondo is the best
Rajon rondo = triple double
Raman Rondo is awesome. Did you see him last season? He is so awesome
He is the most explosive point guard of all time. He should at least be in the top 10. - Bronson
Lead his team to a ECF as the youngest MVP in NBA history with no all star teammates, to fall short to, in my opinion, the best team in the 21st century in the stacked 3 future hall of famers Miami Heat with Lebron, Wade, and Bosh. With the bulls so dependent on Rose to score it made it very easy for the Miami Heat to double him and get the ball out of his hands. I'll put MVP Rose in top 5 PG easily.V 3 Comments
Go SupersonicsV 1 Comment
At least in the top 10. See it just proves the San Antonio Spurs are always under rated. - westofohio
How is rondo in front of him?
Tony Parker deserves at least No. 2 on this list - Hun20ter
I'd take him over Stockton and Nash because of his ring. And that game winner in the finals.
One of the decent point guards of the nba
Hi should be in top 10
The best point guard ever.V 2 Comments
This guy is top 5 point guard of all time. He averaged the 5th most points per game in nba history. Even the nba logo has him in the picture. BUT, STEVE BLAKE IS IN FRONT OF HIMV 1 Comment
Russel should be at least top 20 one of the best in his generation
He should be at least top ten
He is nota a point guard, he is a monster, a force of nature in the game. He can destroy
every pg in this ranking
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