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    Default Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Walt Frazier
    2X Time NBA Champion
    7X All-Star
    7X All-Defense First Team
    6X NBA 1st and 2nd Team

    Nate "Tiny" Archibald
    NBA Champion
    6X All-Star
    5X NBA 1st and 2nd Team
    NBA Scoring Champion
    NBA Assist Champion

    Steve Nash
    2X MVP
    8X All-Star
    5X NBA 1st and 2nd Team
    5X NBA Assist Leader

    Jason Kidd
    NBA Champion
    10X All-Star
    6X NBA 1st and 2nd Team
    9X NBA All-Defense 1st and 2nd team
    5X NBA Assist Leader

    Russell Westbrook
    NBA MVP
    9X NBA All-Star
    7X NBA 1st and 2nd Team
    2X NBA Scoring Champ
    3X NBA Assist Champ

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    That's pretty brutal. I guess I'd go

    Nash
    Frazier
    Kidd
    Westbrook
    Archibald

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    1. Nash
    2. Frazier
    3. Kidd
    4. Westbrook
    5. Archibald

    You can flip flop Fraizer & Kidd if you want, both similar in terms of impact, but Frazier has become underrated as the years have passed.

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Quote Originally Posted by SouBeachTalents View Post
    That's pretty brutal. I guess I'd go

    Nash
    Frazier
    Kidd
    Westbrook
    Archibald
    It's crazy how similar we see things.

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Walt Was a much better basketball player than modern fans would believe but at the same time a lot of you wouldn’t call him a point guard. He was a scorer and man to man defender on a team that played like a team. Like Tony Parker plus defense and a better shooting touch midrange and in the post.

    He was like…Tony Parker meets Jimmy Butler but a better shooter than either with no 3 point line to justify using more range.

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    1. Walt Frazier
    2. Jason Kidd
    3. Tiny Archibald
    4. Steve Nash
    5. Russell Westbrook

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Quote Originally Posted by Kblaze8855 View Post
    Walt Was a much better basketball player than modern fans would believe but at the same time a lot of you wouldn’t call him a point guard. He was a scorer and man to man defender on a team that played like a team. Like Tony Parker plus defense and a better shooting touch midrange and in the post.

    He was like…Tony Parker meets Jimmy Butler but a better shooter than either with no 3 point line to justify using more range.
    To me Frazier is stupidly underrated you look at those stat lines, he led his team in scoring, assists, and he was a defensive shut player. Also the entire starting lineup in most seasons averaged atleast 10 PPG

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Quote Originally Posted by John8204 View Post
    1. Walt Frazier
    2. Jason Kidd
    3. Tiny Archibald
    4. Steve Nash
    5. Russell Westbrook
    Archibald over Nash?


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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Quote Originally Posted by John8204 View Post
    1. Walt Frazier
    2. Jason Kidd
    3. Tiny Archibald
    4. Steve Nash
    5. Russell Westbrook
    I'd only switch Kidd and Frazier. Kidd was an incredible point guard. He really made a team tick, and he didn't need Mike Dantoni to arrange the game for him to do that.


    Actually, I'd also swich Nash and Archibald. Two MVPs is still two MVPs.


    What we can all agree on is that Westbrick comes dead last.

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Quote Originally Posted by 1987_Lakers View Post
    Archibald over Nash?
    Tiny's career average for PPG is actually the same as Nash's peak (18.8), he has a championship while Nash never made the finals. Of all the players he's the one with the highest PPG (34 in 73)

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Quote Originally Posted by PeroAntic View Post
    I'd only switch Kidd and Frazier. Kidd was an incredible point guard. He really made a team tick, and he didn't need Mike Dantoni to arrange the game for him to do that.


    Actually, I'd also swich Nash and Archibald. Two MVPs is still two MVPs.


    What we can all agree on is that Westbrick comes dead last.
    Nash at age 35 was leading his team to the WCF without D'Antoni, he was also probably the league's best point guard that year as well.

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Quote Originally Posted by John8204 View Post
    Tiny's career average for PPG is actually the same as Nash's peak (18.8), he has a championship while Nash never made the finals. Of all the players he's the one with the highest PPG (34 in 73)
    "He has a championship"

    Yes, playing with Bird, Parish & McHale.

    Archibald wishes he could transform a team like Nash did.

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Quote Originally Posted by 1987_Lakers View Post
    "He has a championship"

    Yes, playing with Bird, Parish & McHale.

    Archibald wishes he could transform a team like Nash did.
    He makes THE dumbest arguments. I just haven't figured out yet if he's genuine or just a gimmick.

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Tiny and Clyde are too far before my time, so I cant properly evaluate them.

    Westbrook is obviously dead last.

    As far as Nash and Kidd... I think it’s a toss up really and just depends on circumstance. If the game was played under today’s rules I think youve gotta take Nash, he was a much better three point shooter despite Kidd’s high career total. The defensive difference would hardly matter since youre not allowed to play it now anyway.

    But again the way the game is played has changed so much theres no real sense in comparing guys across eras from a “who would you take” standpoint. You can only compare resumés basically and personally I dont think that means anything.

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    Default Re: Rank the PGs..Frazier, Archibald, Nash, Kidd, Westbrook

    Quote Originally Posted by 1987_Lakers View Post
    Nash at age 35 was leading his team to the WCF without D'Antoni, he was also probably the league's best point guard that year as well.
    Phoenix was still following Dantoni's blueprint for taking shots early in the shot clock and spamming pick and rolls with Nash. Kidd had more versatility than Nash.

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