Who was the best point guard in 2012?
2012-13 NBA Season Preview: Top 10 Point Guards
- Steve Nash – Los Angeles Lakers (38 years old)
- Rajon Rondo – Boston Celtics (26 years old)
- Derrick Rose – Chicago Bulls (24 years old)
- Deron Williams – Brooklyn Nets (28 years old)
- Chris Paul – Los Angeles Clippers (27 years old)
Who is the best college point guard?
Best Point Guards in College Basketball
- Marcus Zegarowski, Creighton.
- Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State.
- Jared Butler, Baylor.
- Colin Gillespie, Villanova.
- Tyrell Terry, Stanford.
- Ayo Dosunmo, Illinois.
- Bryce Aiken Seton Hall.
- Remy Martin, Arizona State.
Who is the number 1 ranked point guard?
1. Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors) In what should come as a shock to absolutely no one, Stephen Curry finishes our list as our projected No. 1 point guard for the 2021-22 campaign – and with good reason.
Who are the top three point guards of all time?
Top 10 best point guards in NBA history
- Magic Johnson.
- Steph Curry.
- Oscar Robertson.
- John Stockton.
- Russell Westbrook.
- The rugged 6’4″ point guard made the playoffs 17 times in his 19-year career and made three trips to the NBA Finals before eventually winning it all in 2011 with the plucky Dallas Mavericks.
- Jason Kidd.
Who was the best point guard in 2011?
2010-11 NBA preview: Top 10 point guards
- Tony Parker, San Antonio Spurs.
- Chauncey Billups, Denver Nuggets.
- Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder.
- Steve Nash, Phoenix Suns.
- Rajon Rondo, Boston Celtics.
- Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls.
- Chris Paul, New Orleans Hornets.
- Deron Williams, Utah Jazz.
Who was the best PG in 2013?
Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls.
Who is the number 1 basketball player in college?
1. Luka Garza, Iowa, Senior. Garza will finish his career as the most immovable force in college basketball, anchoring Iowa with his post play and a perfected blend of physicality and finesse around the basket.
Who is the best point guard in 2021?
Ranking the Top 22 point guards for the 2021-22 season
- Stephen Curry (Golden State) 2020-21 stats: 32.0 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 5.8 apg, 5.3 3PTM, 42.1 3PT%
- Damian Lillard (Portland)
- Kyrie Irving (Brooklyn)
- Trae Young (Atlanta)
- Chris Paul (Phoenix)
- Ja Morant (Memphis)
- Jrue Holiday (Milwaukee)
- De’Aaron Fox (Sacramento)