I have a message for the Chris Pauls and Rajon Rondos of the NBA: Make room.
Though we continue to revel at the talents and subsequent performance of the Pauls, Rondos and Russell Westbrooks, among others, we must understand that their reign of supremacy is no longer so secluded.
Other up-and-coming floor generals are poised to take up the mantle they're currently perched on. Some of the Association's younger point men are progressing at such a rapid pace, that they're already on the verge of superstardom.
Which of today's budding point guards will serve as faces of the future? And who among them will cross the superstar-drawn finish line first?
In a league where we often get caught up in the now, not enough is made of an incredibly bright, backcourt-fueled tomorrow.
*All stats used in this article were compiled from Basketball-Reference, Synergy Sports and 82games.com unless otherwise noted.