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LeBron is the only non-guard to even come close to making this list, and it's almost unfair that someone so physically imposing has such great handles. It's just part of the reason he's established himself as the best player in the NBA.
In his younger years, Nash would have made this list no problem, but now he's been overtaken by some younger and more athletic guards. Still, Nash's ball-handling is as good as any baller out there over the age of 35.
Like Russell Westbrook and John Wall, Lawson is aided by his lightning speed, which gives him a head start over opponents when it comes to ball-handling. He's got a fair amount of skill as well, but not quite enough to crack the list.
He's been disappointing since his fantastic rookie campaign, but Evans still has the quality to make any defender look completely incompetent when he's on. It felt bad leaving a player who can do things like this out of the top 10, but there are a lot of great ball-handlers in today's NBA.
On one of the league's most underrated teams, Conley is one of the most underrated ball-handlers (and point guards in general, really). He keeps his turnovers down to a minimum and at times seems to have a near-magnetic control of the basketball.