The NBA these days is rapidly changing in style and in swagger at nearly every position. It used to be that players played the positions like they were always supposed to, using their various strengths to give them different advantages but still playing wherever they were to play in a very traditional way.
Nowadays, however, we have point guards attacking the rim with the athleticism of small forwards, power forwards with the speed and elusiveness to confuse the defense like a point guard and centers who can glide around the floor and dunk like shooting guards.
It has created quite a few interesting caveats and new intricacies in the game, mostly making it so you can be a great player by being a jack of all trades.
One skill that players are taking more and more seriously these days is the ability to elude the defender and stay away from him long enough to get the ball and get an open look. Everyone is doing it.
Thus, I've put together a quick rundown of the most elusive players in the league, picking one out from every team.