A shooting guardÆs primary assignment is to score the bulk of a teamæs perimeter points. Since most two guards are naturally accomplished scorers, the ability to score in traffic, make plays for others, defend, and transcend an opponentÆs solid defensive efforts are what separate the good from the great.
This list does not take into account a playerÆs future prospects or past salad days. The criterion is simple: Which NBA shooting guard would be best suited to winning a championship with a random collection of starting-level talent?
For example, if Andrew Bynum, Luis Scola, Al Thornton, and Beno Udrih are your teammates, who would you want as your shooting guard?
Due to the way some NBA lineups are presently constructed, a handful of potential shooting guards will be aske ...
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