Rank 'Em: NBA's best guards

Created: October 14, 2010, 9:01 AM

Where does Gilbert Arenas rank?

Who are the NBA's best guards as the 2010-11 season begins?

The regular season hadn't even started, and Gilbert Arenas was already in trouble. Returning from several seasons of injuries and an NBA-imposed suspension for bringing guns into the locker room last season, Arenas drew a fine for faking an injury to get a teammate more playing time.

There was a time when Arenas was viewed as one of the NBA's best guards, but where does he rank now? A new generation of backcourt standouts have arrived, including No. 1 overall pick John Wall with the Wizards, so what's the pecking order?

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