Why Steve Nash Is Still the Best PG in the NBA Playoffs

May 24th, 2010 by Tyler Conway Leave a reply »
Let me first start off by saying, Celtics fans, call off the angry mob—this is not an indictment on Rajon Rondo. 

I absolutely love watching him play and believe he has top-five player in the NBA potential.  He has a such a unique blend of creativity, toughness, tenacity, and basketball IQ that if I were starting an NBA team today, Rondo would be the second point guard on my board behind only Bulls guard Derrick Rose.

This article is also not a reactionary piece to last night's Suns victory over the Lakers in Game Three because, honestly, Steve Nash wasn't that much better in Game three than he was in either of the first two games.

And this also isn't a bold prediction article where I stand atop a mountain and proclaim that the Suns will come back in the Western Conference Finals, either.  Because, quite frankly, saying so is both mathematically illogical and slightly idiotic.

All negativity aside, Steve Nash is still by far the best remaining point guard in the playoffs. 

The reason Steve Nash is the best point guard remaining began after the 2003-2004 season when Mavericks owner Mar ...

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