Does Steve Nash Really Qualify As a Top 10 Floor General?

November 7th, 2009 by Steven Resnick Leave a reply »
Hadarii Jones loves to pick interesting topics to write about. His most recent article was a slide show titled "Born to Lead the top 10 Floor Generals in the NBA " which I was intrigued to read.

His list in order went Jeff Green, Gilbert Arenas, Kevin Garnett, Dwayne Wade, Chris Paul, Deron Williams, Steve Nash, Kobe Bryant, Jason Kidd, and Chauncey Billups. To me the weakest link out of the group was Nash.

I don't consider Nash a top 10 floor general. He maybe an exceptional passer and shooter, but to me in order to be a floor general you have to be a complete all-around player.

On the list, every single player except for Nash plays defense. Certainly not all of them on the same level, but it's good enough to be considered above average. That can hardly be said about Nash.

Let's look at the players that Jones has on the list.


Jeff Green —In actuality if you were to ask me, Green was the most improved player last year for the Oklahoma City Thunder and he's been a pleasant surprise for the young Thunder squad.

In fact, coming out of Georgetown I didn't think he was going to do much damage even ...

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