The NBA shooting guard position has a slew of deadly marksmen who have the ability to score with precision, range, and efficiency. In order to stand among the elite, one would have to be well balanced talent wise, proven in clutch situations, and at the very least be the type of player no team can afford to give an open look to.
The extraordinary men mentioned in this article have dedicated their life to perfecting their craft. From pure shooters to the hybrid shooting guard/point guard type players, they make it look easy. Such an athlete should be celebrated, and what better place to honor and project their success than here at S.U.
The top NBA Shooting Guards ranking has changed in dramatic fashion. This season we introduce the “Gut Feeling Ranking” system (GFR), which entails a combination of statistical categories and visual gut feeling analysis. Here at S.U. we’re dedicated to raising the bar, so feel free to leave a comment or feedback about our new rankings design and features– as you won’t find rankings like ours anywhere on the net.
Based on the GFR, several players you might have expected to make the top-10 have found themselves ranked lower according to analysis provided by the S.U. writing staff.
NBA staff: Jr. Williams, Keith Rivas, Ben Buchanan, Steve Turner, and Sauping R. Arguello were asked to provide GFR and rankings and analysis of their top point guards in the NBA – here are the results of their selections ranked 20 to 1 (according to calculated and average GFR).
Disclaimer – These rankings will be updated mid season