Although the point guard position is fairly unexciting in the 2010 NBA free agency arena, the shooting guard position is extremely exciting—especially with players like Dwyane Wade and Joe Johnson up for grabs.
The shooting guard is asked to do one thing: score points. On some occasions, he can do more than just that—he can set up plays, and essentially become the most important player on the team, even above the power forward.
This summer, many of these talented multitaskers will travel to new cities, hoping to impact new teams desperate for playoff opportunities. Some of these players will simply stay put.
Here is a list of the best shooting guards/swingmen on the market.