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Quezzy
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Since: 6.1.02
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#1 Posted on
It seems like lately the dominant players have been the power forwards like Malone, Webber, Nowitizki, or the shooting guards like Iverson and Kobe, or the centers, ok just Shaq really.

But in this year's playoffs the point guards have been awesome. Stockon was Utah's best player, Payton was the Sonics best player, Nash was Dallas' best player, Kidd for New Jersey, Bibby for Sacramento, and Baron Davis for Charlotte. It's good to see the little guys dominant.



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I agree. Sometimes the NBA gets to fixated by a person's height.

The point guard has always been know as the floor general and people tend to forget the leadership role that they play.



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BigDaddyLoco
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#3 Posted on
Payton simply CARRIED the Sonics to the playoffs.



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Since: 12.2.02
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#4 Posted on
Anyone looking for a very talented point guard? The Ca(da)valiers have the NBA assists leader in Andre Miller. He is looking for the maximum $$ and the franchise appears hesitant to dole out the dough. Sign and trade appears to be a distinct option. What I am wondering is: Is anyone interested, and what would the interested team(s) be willing to trade in return?
Jim Saccaro
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New York would be interested.. and if it was up to me, I'd give up whatever it takes.
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