Where would Rod Strickland rank in terms of NBA Point Guards
Rod Strickland played 17 years in the NBA (1988-2005) and never played in an All-Star and was the Andre Miller of Basketball before Andre Miller was in the NBA. Rod Strickland was the most overlooked player in the NBA.
I couldn't agree with you more about Rod Stricklen being one of the most underrated points guards. I am not real sure where his ranking would be I would have to think that he is the in discussion of the 25-50 range of best point guards to play the game.
He isn’t up there with the greats, he never reach his full potential, so we shouldn’t even be talking about him. The greats like Thomas and Jordan were committed to winning, they did what ever it took to win, end of conversation.
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