Who is a better point guard: Rajon Rondo or Chris Paul?
Please explain in detail who you think is the better point guard.
Bob Cousy is still the point guard against whom all other point guards are, rightfully, measured!!!!!
I have to go with Chris Paul because he is a complete player. He can score, pass, play defense and lead all at a very high level. Rondo, in my opinion, is lacking in one area: he cannot hit a consistent jump shot. He's essential a pure point guard in that light and he is a great one.. but just like when people asked me Shaq vs Nash in the MVP races a few years back, I'll always give the nod to the all-around player. (It's bull that Nash won 2 MVPs playing almost no defense.. Shaq deserved one of them). So, in summary.. Chris Paul.
by Steven Escareno 3 years ago
Personally, I don't think he will because he's a bad fit for the team long term. The Mavericks love to pass the ball around a lot, and Rondo seems to be a ball dominant point guard that needs the ball to go through him to be effective; which is totally against Coach Carlisle's offensive...
by itsnocomparingme 6 years ago
Chris Paul or Rajon Rondo?!
by ThinkLoud 7 years ago
I believe that if (when) Miami wins game 1 in Miami and get the psychological momentum that they will need to win game 2, Boston will be wore out game 3 and 4.
by bscott4388 7 years ago
Dwight Howard or Chris Paul? Who would you draft 1st if you had the choice?
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
Apparently, Shaq clams that our own president was partially responsible for Rondo's shooting slump last year. You see when the Celtics went to the White House, O'Bama cracked a joke in jest about Rondo's shooting, and well...Rondo got offended by this, and didn't do as well afterwards; hence...
by Paul Edmondson 7 years ago
Espn analyst says that Andrew Bynum is the main Laker asset. Unlikely to get both of them, but I'd be happy with either one.
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