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COM 224-02 NBA Guards

Mattermap door Stefan Wilson 15 december 2017

Top Four Greatest Point Guards Of all Time

  • #1 Magic Johnson

    • The greatest point guard in NBA history. Magic had unparalleled vision; he could see players get open and deliver the ball before they even realized they were open. He could play any spot on the court as well. ...»
      J.A. Adande ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • His Game 6 in the 1980 Finals, while jumping center as a 20-year-old rookie, has to be on the Mt. Rushmore of greatest postseason performances in league history.
      Micah Adams ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN.com 01/12/2016
    • One can only imagine how impressive his career totals might have been if not for the HIV virus. He had the best peak for any point guard in NBA history, hands down.
      Kevin Pelton ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • No one was more dynamic, or magical, with the ball in the open court than Earvin Johnson. He lifted the Lakers, and transition basketball, to ethereal levels. He was transcendent.
      Rob Peterson ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • Career stats
      19.5 PPG, 7.2 RPG, 11.2 APG, .520 FG%
      Bron:
  • #3 John Stockton

    • Surely the most underappreciated great player in NBA history because he was quietly dependable rather than flashy and never broke through on the biggest stage. The true driving force of his partnership with Karl Malone. ...»
      Kevin Pelton ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • So precise with his passes and timely with his shots. His huge hands allowed him to pass as effectively with one hand as most could with two.
      J.A. Adande ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 15/01/1970
    • He led the NBA in assists nine straight seasons from 1987 to 1996.
      Micah Adams ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • He could hurt defenses in so many ways: Controlling tempo was one, and he was a hell of a defender, too. -- Peterson
      Rob Peterson ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • Career stats
      13.1 PPG, 10.5 APG, 2.2 SPG, .384 3P%
      Bron:
  • #2 Oscar Robertson

    • Perhaps the most incredible part of the Big O's triple-double season is that he finished third in MVP voting (behind winner Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain, who averaged 50.4 PPG).
      Micah Adams ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • He was the forerunner of Magic Johnson and LeBron James, and it's telling that both of those stars revere the Big O.
      Brad Doolittle ESPN Writer Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • Robertson's averaging a triple-double in 1961-62 is probably overrated because it was a product of the fast-paced play in the 1960s, but his role in the Milwaukee Bucks' early '70s championship run is probably underrated. ...»
      Kevin Pelton ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • Mr. Triple Double was so far ahead of his time in terms of size, speed, strength and stats.
      Rob Peterson ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • Career Stats
      25.7 PPG, 7.5 RPG, 9.5 APG, .485 FG%
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  • #4 Stephen Curry

    • The best shooter ever not just in terms of accuracy but also in creatively getting looks with but a sliver's opening and with unlimited range.
      Brad Doolittle ESPN Writer Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • Over the past season and a half, Curry has played point guard as well as anyone else in NBA history.
      Kevin Pelton ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • No player his size, 6-foot-3, has ever bent defenses to his will as Curry does.
      Rob Peterson ESPN Analyst Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • He's one of only a few players in history who has been deemed too good for the sport's own good.
      Tom Haberstroh NBA Writer Bron: ESPN 01/12/2016
    • Career Stats
      21.6 PPG, 4.2 RPG, 6.9 APG, .441 3P%
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