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Who's the best PG? Rondo?

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They were never a number one overall seed, D-Rose had the Bulls as a number one seed before they lost to the 8th seeded Sixers when Rose got hurt.

Hornets was never a no.1 seed but you sure see how the franchise turned over without CP3 didn't you?

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Hornets was never a no.1 seed but you sure see how the franchise turned over without CP3 didn't you?

You take D-Rose away from the Bulls and they lose to the Sixers in the opening round of the playoffs.

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top 5

D-Will

Rose

Nash

CP3

Rondo

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The Winston-Salem kid.

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top 5

D-Will

Rose

Nash

CP3

Rondo

You have CP3 below a 38 year old Steve Nash?

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excluding Rose

1- CP3

2- D-Will

3- Rondo

Just leaving- Nash

About to be in the conversation- Kyrie Irving

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I'm a witness. The game in the playoffs where Rondo dropped 40 somethings points and about 10+ assists against the Miami Heat when I began to think that Rondo is the best point guard in the game. His court vision and the way he can get into the paint. If he can hit his jumper consistently, Rondo will be unstoppable.

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You take D-Rose away from the Bulls and they lose to the Sixers in the opening round of the playoffs.

You take CP3 out of the lineup and that franchise somehow get the no.1 pick and go rebuilding mode.

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All of the PGs have flaws to their games or things that hold them back from being the absolute best.

cp3=injury prone, never been out of the 2nd round, but great court vision, quick hands on D, can take over games at times. At this point of his career he needs to take his team to a championship contending level, 2nd round exits arent good enough.

deron williams=hasnt had a lot of team success the past few years, has never led the league in assists or been 1st team all nba. He's been consistently very good though and is one of the strongest players at the position. Has moments where he looks like the best.

Rondo=bad attitude, poor sportsmanship, cant shoot, cant hit FTs. Great court vision, solid defender. Rondo is only Rondo on the Celtics, put him on a bottom feeder like the Nets or the Bobcats and he is average at best. He thrives in their system

Nash=an older player at this stage of his career, never been to an NBA Finals, plays no D. Might be the best set up PG for bigs in the league still, can still run an offense effectively at his age.

Rose=becoming injury prone, inconsistent J, hasnt always shown up in big games, can become a better defender. Rose deserves credit for taking the Bulls to the Conference Finals, it'll be interesting to see how explosive he remains after coming back from the torn ACL.

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I think its CP3 but I would personally take Westbrook over anyone in the league

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I think its CP3 but I would personally take Westbrook over anyone in the league

Westbrook is by far the most athletically gifted PG in the league. This is a guy that dropped 43,7,7 in a big Finals game and people were "ho hum" about it.

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Westbrook is by far the most athletically gifted PG in the league. This is a guy that dropped 43,7,7 in a big Finals game and people were "ho hum" about it.

He's hands down my favorite player in the league and I'm a life time Bulls fan

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