There are a few point guards that are either soon to be on this list, or just need to prove that they are capable of being mentioned amongst the rest.
Baron Davis-Los Angeles Clippers
Perhaps the most physical point guard in the league, Baron's killer instinct is what has kept him amongst the top guards in the league.
He was the soul of the Warriors team that took down the mighty Mavericks in 2007, and hopefully can get back to his former self next season for his hometown Clippers.
Gilbert Arenas-Washington Wizards
I'm hesitant to call Gilbert a real point guard considering he's constantly looking to score, but the fact is, he's listed as a point guard.
Injuries have kept him from the court for most of the past couple of seasons, but Arenas is young enough and certainly talented enough to become an elite scorer once again.
Andre Miller-Philadelphia 76ers
Miller is the most underrated point guard in the league.
Hopefully Philadelphia can find a way to keep him after this season, because he's the kind of player that can find a way to win.
The 33-year-old averaged 16 points and seven assists this season, helping get the Sixers back into the playoffs, completely under the radar.
Devin Harris-New Jersey Nets
Harris isn't a conventional point guard, but he is going to be a great player for years to come.
He's a great scorer and great defender, and had by far and away the best season of his career in his first full year for the Nets.
Jameer Nelson-Orlando Magic
Before being lost for the season with a shoulder injury, Nelson was enjoying his best season as a pro. He was a huge part of Orlando's aerial assault from three-point range, shooting 45 percent from out there.
Jose Calderon-Toronto Raptors
Calderon had a decent season in his first full year at the helm of the Raptors, averaging 13 points and nine assists per game.
He's efficient, turning the ball over just twice per game, and shooting nearly 50 percent from the field.