NBA’s Fab Five: Point Guards

March 9th, 2010 by Brandon Neal Leave a reply »

Many claim the point guard position is the toughest to learn on any level of play, but the general feeling by most NBA analysts is that it takes a point guard longer to adjust to life as a professional athlete.  

There are a handful who are given the keys to the franchise as early as their rookie season, and in some cases, are asked to both run the offense and take on a second role as his team’s primary scoring option.  

If the young guard is less fortunate, he’ll also find himself defending the best backcourt opponents, maximizing the pressure and stress earned by being one of the top college players in the nation.

The 2009-10 NBA season is filled with talented guards worthy of a top 10 mention, but only half can be considered for ...

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