Rank 'Em: NBA point guards

Created: November 3, 2009, 1:18 PM

Where does Rajon Rondo rank?

Who are the NBA's best point guards?

The Celtics locked up Rajon Rondo for five additional seasons just before this week's deadline for members of the draft class of 2006, giving him $55 million to pass up a shot at restricted free agency after the season. But did they land one of the NBA's best point guards or just a guy who is perfect for the present cast of stars in Boston?

Take a look at some of the NBA's prominent point guards below and then put them in their places.


 
How are the points calculated?
On a poll with 10 options, a No.1 ranking equals 10 points, a No.2 ranking equals 9 points, etc. The item with the most points will be ranked first.
 
  • Washington Wizards
    28.0 ppg
    6.7 apg
    1.7 rpg
  • Denver Nuggets
    23.0 ppg
    6.7 apg
    3.3 rpg
  • Houston Rockets
    21.0 ppg
    8.5 apg
    3.0 rpg
  • Toronto Raptors
    10.0 ppg
    6.7 apg
    2.0 rpg
  • Golden State Warriors
    13.0 ppg
    5.5 apg
    2.0 rpg
  • Los Angeles Clippers
    11.4 ppg
    7.6 apg
    3.6 rpg
  • Milwaukee Bucks
    20.5 ppg
    6.0 apg
    5.5 rpg
  • Dallas Mavericks
    3.0 ppg
    9.0 apg
    5.3 rpg
  • Phoenix Suns
    18.7 ppg
    14.0 apg
    3.3 rpg
  • Orlando Magic
    15.3 ppg
    5.3 apg
    0.7 rpg
  • San Antonio Spurs
    16.3 ppg
    5.3 apg
    2.3 rpg
  • New Orleans Hornets
    27.8 ppg
    8.5 apg
    2.8 rpg
  • Boston Celtics
    6.5 ppg
    11.8 apg
    5.0 rpg
  • Chicago Bulls
    10.3 ppg
    4.7 apg
    4/0 rpg
  • Oklahoma City Thunder
    15.7 ppg
    8.3 apg
    5.3 rpg
  • Utah Jazz
    22.3 ppg
    10.0 apg
    4.3 rpg
  • Cleveland Cavaliers
    18.0 ppg
    3.5 apg
    2.0 rpg

 



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