The leader of one of basketball's greatest teams, Magic Johnson had flash, pzazz, and any other adjective you can think of as a playmaker,
llllllOscar Robertson, the first player to average a tripleouble, was a lead guard who could play, rebound, and score. Before joining Lew Alcindor in Milwaukee, he had limited team success.
tephen Curry revolutionised the game, since now almost every player wants to shoot threes and needs to hit them to keep up with modern scoring.
After losing to the Celtics in the Finals six times, Jerry West hates them more than anyone else. It's hard to blame West for those title losses
Isiah Thomas was one of the top players under 6-foot-1. He was an outstanding creator and midrange scorer. In the late 1980s, he led the Bad Boys Pistons to three playoff wins over Jordan's Bulls.
God's Point Chris Paul is one of the most steady floor generals in NBA history, capable of acting as a head coach on the floor, getting teammates into the right spots, destroying opponents
The Jazz icon concluded his career with 15,806 assists (3,715 more than the second-highest player) and 3,265 steals (581 more than anyone else).
Steve Nash's pick-and-roll dexterity and ability to shoot off the dribble, including from beyond the arc, advanced basketball along with Mike D'Antoni and the Seven-Seconds-or-Less Suns.
The first outstanding point guard, Bob Cousy, dribbled, passed, directed teammates, and shot jumpers. Because of his ballhandling and ingenuity, Cousy was called the Houdini of the Hardwood.
Jason Kidd, one of the greatest point guards ever, could make dazzling passes or simple plays and loved to run in transition to wear opponents down. He stole and defended well with his incredible basketball IQ.