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Ranking the Best Defensive Point Guards in the NBA

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by Yohohoho, Aug 13, 2013.

  1. conquistador#11

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    cleverly disguised kirk hinricherensteinbergwogen thread?
     
  2. dobro1229

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    Will not give page clicks to BR. You can post it here with your opinions and I might read, but I'm not giving those idiots any inclination for having a successful website they can further jam down people's mouth.
     
  3. LandryFields

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    this is actually one of the better Bleacher Report articles I've read. Author has clearly done his research and goes into detail on why players are ranked where they are, rather than just passing his own opinion as fact (which is what most rankings consist of)
     
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    Mike Conley should be number 1. His defense actually impresses me. I love Rondo but his game is predicated on stat padding and that is how he gets his steals. Let's his man get past him and he uses those extra long hands to try to poke it away. He has hurt his team going for offensive boards and defensive boards where it caused the other team to A. Get an easy basket since Rondo wasn't the first one back on D or B. A Mix-up with the Big on his own team from both of them going for the rebound at the same time.
     

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