A Tale Of Two Suns (or Mavericks?)

March 3rd, 2010 by Andre C Leave a reply »
Last month, Sachin Arora posted an interesting article .

While I agreed with him (on the notion) that at their respective positions, LeBron James and Dwight Howard were indeed two of the league's best players, I found myself absent-mindedly disputing some of his other selections.

For example, while it is true that the Suns would indeed find themselves to be a far less fortuitous team without the play of Nash, he hasn't been the league's best point guard.

Actually, neither has (Chris) Paul as he's been sidelined with injuries for much of the season. Thus, having found himself (more often than not) on the Hornets' bench. And on the bench, Paul hasn't helped his team much.

At the moment though, there's been another. Unsurprisingly overlooked and unjustly undervalued. 

So, Jason Kidd or Steve Nash?

Initially, when simply glancing at some of Kidd's boxscore statistics, Nash's seem to almost trump Kidd's by a considerable amount. But, when time is actually taken to assess their individual numbers, one can conclude that it is the former (not the latter) that is better.

For instance, when taking a ...

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