Jun 21, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger
High quality point guards are a rarity in the NBA. The combination of speed, quickness, and high level of basketball instinct allows that rare player to be in "the right place at the right time." It seems as though he is always in that perfect spot to find the open man, swipe the ball from behind, drain the three, lay it up, or get that second ...
I think that Joe should definitely make this happen. Collison and Okafor would be great assets and the #11 pisk could easily be Aldrich or Edoh.
sorry, should read Udoh.
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