Originally Posted by suki24
The PG position is difficult to judge because so many have not gone far in the post season as the leader. In the past, it was clear that Kidd was the best, then it became Nash as they lead their teams deep into the playoffs, both now well into their decline. That's why when you poll NBA experts or fans, Kobe still tops LeBron as the best player in the NBA. For today's upcoming PGs, we have to resort to stats as our only indicator on determining the best PG. So my choice would still have to be CP3 unless one of the other PGs posts better stats than him or lead their team to deep playoff runs.
Uhh...Deron Williams has lead the Utah Jazz much farther in the Playoffs than CP3 multiple times. Last year he put up numbers in the Playoffs vs the Nuggets that no other PG has ever achieved in the history of the NBA other than Magic and Oscar.
I collect Deron Williams, Eric Gordon, and Derrick Rose.