Ranking the Eastern Conference Starting Point Guards, Who’s Number One?

July 26th, 2010 by Bhemis Parks Leave a reply »
This past season the Eastern Conference finally caught up to the Western Conference in terms of point guard play. Though the West still holds a tad bit of an advantage in regards of better players, the East isn’t far off. Now joining the fray, is Washington Wizards rookie, John Wall, he’ll quickly climb the ladder like some of last year leaders. This past season saw the emergence of Rajon Rondo, as he became a bonafide All-Star. Derrick Rose continued his tremendous growth from his rookie season, and he too was a All-Star. Brandon Jennings exploded on the seen as a rookie and guided the Milwaukee Bucks to the playoffs, only rookie in his class to do so. Jameer Nelson bounced back from his shoulder injury, and was once again a top five Eastern point man. Even Raymond Felton did a good job of guiding the Charlotte Bobcats to their first ever playoff berth. Yes, things are looking up for the future of the point position in the Eastern Conference.Begin Slideshow


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