The NBA’s New Era of the Point Guard: Ranking the Top 10 Point Guards

October 6th, 2010 by Michael Fogliano Leave a reply »
The NBA is infested with a wide range of talent. Some people think the NBA is filled with the most talent it has ever had.

We can all come to a conclusion that the peak of talent this year is by far the point guard position.

If Derrick Rose and Rajon Rondo are point guards on the so called "B Team" for Team USA then that's enough said.

In the 2009-2010 season, 21 point guards averaged at least five assists per game and 22 point guards averaged more than ten points per game.

Basically, the lower percentile of point guards in the NBA last year averaged around ten points and five assists per game. 

That's not bad for the lower percentile.

The upper percentile of point guards (about 10-15 players) are averaging 16-21 points per game and 6-11 assists per game.

Those are some stud statistics. 

Since there are so many good point guards, right now, my honorable mention list would have almost ten people. Therefore, I made an honorable mention list and a list of players on the rise.

Now, let's get started.

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