Top 10 NBA Point Guards of All Time - All Time NBA Greatest Point Guards.
Top 10 Players in NBA History Basketball Collection. This is our compilation about the All-Time NBA Greatest Point Guards.
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10: Nate Archibald (1970 – 1984, Cincinnati Royals, Kansas City Kings, New York Nets, Boston Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks) Archibald averaged 16 points per game as a rookie and 28.2 the following year before becoming an All-Star in 1972-1973, leading the league in scoring are 34 points per game and assists at 11.4 per game. Archibald made two more All-Star teams in Kansas City before moving on to the New York Nets in 1976.
9: Walt Frazier (1967 – 1980, New York Knicks, Cleveland Cavaliers)
Named to the All-Rookie team in 1967-1968, Frazier made his first of seven consecutive All-Star teams the following season. He posted six consecutive seasons with at least 20 points per game, making All-NBA team each season.
8: Allen Iverson (1996 – 2010, Philadelphia 76ers, Denver Nuggets, Detroit Pistons, Memphis Grizzlies) Iverson was Rookie of the Year and league scoring champion in 1998-1999 before making his first of 11 consecutive All-Star games. He led the league in scoring three times and four teams averaged at least 30 points per game. Iverson’s scoring average topped 20 per game for 13 straight seasons.
7: Bob Cousy (1951 – 1970, Boston Celtics, Cincinnati Royals)
The first great point guard in the history of the league, Cousy made 13 consecutive All-Star teams and was catalyst for the great Celtics’ teams, winning six NBA championships. Cousy was named All-NBA 12 times and led the league in assists eight times.
6: Isiah Thomas (1981 – 1994, Detroit Pistons)
Thomas was an All-Star in his first season and named to the All-Rookie Team. He averaged over 20 points per game in each of the next five seasons, and four consecutive seasons averaged at least 20 points and 10 assists per game. Thomas was also named All-NBA five times All-Star game MVP twice.
5: Steve Nash (1996 – 2014, Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers) Nash averaged under 10 points per game in each of his first four seasons as a role player before coming into his own as a starter in 2000-2001. He made his first of eight All-Star teams the following season.
4: John Stockton (1985 – 2003, Utah Jazz)
Stockton was a solid player his first three NBA seasons before running a streak of nine consecutive seasons leading the league in assists and 10 straight averaging in double-digit assists per game. That also began a string of 10-straight All-Star team appearances and 11-time All-NBA Team.
3: Steph Curry (2009 – Present, Golden State Warriors)
Curry displayed his excellent long-range shooting from the moment he stepped on to an NBA court. It wasn’t until his fourth season that Curry cracked the 20-point per game mark and has reached that mark each of the last eight seasons. He led the league in scoring in 2015-2016 at 30.1 points per game.
2: Oscar Robertson (1960 – 1974, Cincinnati Royals, Milwaukee Bucks)
Robertson was Rookie of the Year and All-Star for the first of 12 consecutive seasons. He averaged a triple-double each of his first three seasons and averaged over 30 points per game six times in his first seven seasons and led the league in assists seven times.
1: Magic Johnson (1979 – 1996, Los Angeles Lakers)
Johnson was the kind of point guard who could play any position on the court, including center in the 1980 NBA Finals against the Philadelphia 76ers. In 14 NBA seasons, Johnson was an All-Star 12 times and was named to the All-NBA team 10 times.