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  1. 08 Dec '06 12:47
    only point guards that plays today
  2. 08 Dec '06 12:50
    it be jason kid "Mr. triple double" he can get 10+ points,10+Rebounds, 10+ assists on any night dont matter the team he plasy he is good getting rookie of the year his first year in with grant hill.
  3. Standard member uzless
    The So Fist
    08 Dec '06 15:42
    Originally posted by pinktpxic
    only point guards that plays today
    Steve Nash...hands down.

    There is a reason he's been named League MVP
  4. 08 Dec '06 15:44
    Nash.
  5. 08 Dec '06 16:41
    Nash no question.
  6. 08 Dec '06 18:49
    ya nash is better ok i guess because he got 2 MVP in a row but if kidd had marion,amare, diaw, raja bell, barbosa, jones, and all the suns players kidd could get that kinda stats but maybe not nashs shooting skill nash can shoot the ball kidd cant =(
  7. 10 Dec '06 18:20
    If winning two straight MVPs makes a player only "ok", I'd say that you have quite the stringent requirements.
  8. Subscriber Helder Octavio
    Luso-brasileiro
    10 Dec '06 18:55
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Schmidt

    Someone knows?
  9. 10 Dec '06 19:35
    Originally posted by Helder Octavio
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Schmidt

    Someone knows?
    First of all, Schmidt is retired. Secondly, if you we were discussing greatest point guards ever, we would be talking about Magic Johnson, or maybe Bob Cousy. Thirdly, the role of the point guard is to distribute the ball to his teammates and only if neccesary to score - pass first, shoot second. Schmidt, through his whole career, was a ball hog.
  10. 10 Dec '06 21:37
    Yeah, but he was a helluva lot of fun to watch... Only saw him in the Olympics but I always looked forward to watching him.

    Was he a son of some Nazi escapee to Brazil?
  11. Subscriber Helder Octavio
    Luso-brasileiro
    12 Dec '06 22:39
    Originally posted by CliffLandin
    First of all, Schmidt is retired. Secondly, if you we were discussing greatest point guards ever, we would be talking about Magic Johnson, or maybe Bob Cousy. Thirdly, the role of the point guard is to distribute the ball to his teammates and only if neccesary to score - pass first, shoot second. Schmidt, through his whole career, was a ball hog.
    What´s exactly a "ball hog", Robinson´s widow?
  12. Subscriber Helder Octavio
    Luso-brasileiro
    12 Dec '06 22:40
    Originally posted by badmoon
    Yeah, but he was a helluva lot of fun to watch... Only saw him in the Olympics but I always looked forward to watching him.

    Was he a son of some Nazi escapee to Brazil?
    Are you Nazi, Mike?