As if the NBA's point guard position wasn't deep enough already, James Harden made the switch to point guard with the Houston Rockets before this season to better accommodate coach Mike D'Antoni's fast-paced offense.
The results? Entering Monday, Harden was averaging a league-high 11.6 assists per game, to go along with his still-prolific scoring (27.8 per game). Meanwhile, the Rockets were 17-7, tied for third in the Western Conference.
The Jump asked the question above. Now #PulseOfTheNation wants your opinion:
Yeah, it's a tough question, what with Russell Westbrook posting video game numbers (31.1 points, 11.0 assists and 10.9 rebounds per game entering Monday); Stephen Curry still being Stephen Curry (although a bit subdued, with the addition of Kevin Durant); and Chris Paul registering a league-best real plus-minus of 9.51 (trust us, that's really good).
And that doesn't even get into other big-name point guards, such as Kyrie Irving of the defending-champion Cleveland Cavaliers, deceptively elite Kyle Lowry and offensive whiz Damian Lillard, among others.
Take your pick ...