Ask any coach. It's great to have someone on your team that is skilled at setting other players up to score.
You don't have to be Bob Cousy, Magic Johnson or John Stockton to get the ball to your teammates so that they can put it in the hole.
You do need to, however, be able to see the court and effectively deliver the ball.
North Carolina's Kendall Marshall is one of the top distributors in college basketball.
T.J. McConnell leads the A-10 with 6 assists per game.
He also has a nice 2.16 assists-to-turnovers (A/TO) ratio.
Kendall Marshall leads all ACC players by averaging 9.5 assists per game (No. 2 in the nation).
Marshall has an exceptional 3.29 A/TO (also No. 2 in the nation)
D.J Irving leads the America East by dishing out 5.5 assists per game and has a nice 2.26 A/TO.
Brent Comer leads the Atlantic Sun and the FGC Eagles with 5.7 assists per game.
Flip Pressey and Pierre Jackson both average 6 assists per game.
Pressey (pictured) has the better A/TO of the two with a tasty 2.71 (as compared to Jackson's so-so 1.58).
Jordan Theodore leads the Big East and the Pirates by averaging 7.5 assists per game and a robust 2.9 A/TO.
Dylan Garrity leads the Hornets and the Big Sky in assists with 6.1 apg.
The freshman PG carries a nice A/TO of 2.24.
Jesse Sanders leads the Flames and the Big South by handing out 8.1 assists per game (No. 3 in the nation) and a strong 2.93 A/TO.
Tim Frazier leads the Nittany Lions and the Big Ten with a 6.4 assists per game average.
Kwame Vaughn leads the Titans and the Big West with 3.9 assists per game (the lowest conference average in D-1 hoops).
Miguel Paul leads the Pirates and Conference USA by handing out 5.5 apg with a hefty 2.54 A/TO.
Darius Theus leads the Rams and the CAA by averaging 4.6 apg and a run-of-the-mill 1.7 A/TO.
Jamal Webb leads the UND (no longer have the nickname "the Fighting Sioux") and the Great West by handing out 4 apg.
Kaylon Williams leads the Panthers and the Horizon with 6.3 apg (No. 12 in the nation) and so-so 1.68 A/TO.
Zach Rosen leads the Quakers and the Ivy League with a 6.2 apg and a solid 2.0 A/TO.
Scott Machado leads the Gaels, the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference and the nation in assists with 10.2 apg. Machado also has a hearty 2.96 A/TO.
Jarod Oldham leads the Bulls and the Mid American Conference with a 6.4 apg average (No. 12 in the nation). Oldham has a stout 2.27 A/TO.
Emanuel Chapman leads the Eagles and the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference by handing out 6.1 apg (No. 17 in the nation).
Chapman has a vigorous 2.45 A/TO.
DePaul transfer Michael Bizoukas leads the Bears and the Missouri Valley Conference with a 6.0 apg average.
Bizoukas is sporting an excellent 3.26 A/TO.
Oscar Bellfield leads the Rebels and the MWC with a 5.1 apg average. Bellfield also has a solid 2.0 A/TO.
Jason Brickman leads the Blackbirds and the Northeast Conference by averaging 6.2 apg.
Zac Swansey is leading the Golden Eagles and the OVC by averaging 5.7 apg with a "passable" 1.84 A/TO.
Reggie Moore leads the Cougars and the Pac 12 by averaging 5.5 apg with a respectable 2.1 A/TO.
Daniel Munoz leads the Eagles and the Patriot League by averaging 4.2 apg with a terrific 2.2 A/TO.
Trae Golden leads the Vols and the Southeastern Conference by averaging 4.9 apg with an ordinary 1.7 A/T0.
Keegan Bell leads the Mocs and the Southern Conference by averaging 6.9 apg (No. 6 in the nation) with a tremendous 2.27 A/TO.
Johnathan Jordan is leading the Islanders and Southland by averaging 4.4 apg with a so-so 1.7 A/TO.
Nate Wolters is leading the Jackrabbits and the Summit League by averaging 5.9 apg with a 2.74 A/TO.
Will Weathers leads the Trojans and the Sun Belt by averaging 6.5 apg (No. 8 in the nation) with a spiffy 2.27 A/T0.
Jameel Grace leads the Jaguars and the SouthWestern Athletic Conference by averaging 4.9 apg with a paltry 1.63 A/TO.
Keith Shamburger leads the Spartans and the Western Athletic Conference by averaging 5.1 apg with an outstanding 2.35 A/TO.
Matthew Dellavadova is leading the Gaels and the West Coast Conference by averaging 6.5 apg with a 2.45 A/TO.