Hey, I'm Daniel. I'm a die-hard Pistons fan, suffering Lions fan, from Colorado, and I love chocolate.
Top PG's in each NBA division: (injured PG's from start of the year not included, which means no Rose, Rondo, or Nash)
Atlantic: The division with mediocre teams (Toronto, Boston), disappointments (New York, Brooklyn), and tankers (Philadelphia)
1. Deron Williams (Brooklyn Nets)
2. Michael Carter-Williams (Philadelphia 76ers)
3. Kyle Lowry (Toronto Raptors)
4. Jordan Crawford (Boston Celtics, even though he's not really a PG. Boston, that's what you get for not having a reliable backup to Rondo)
5. Raymond Felton (New York Knicks)
Central: The division with 1 of 2 east contenders (Indiana), teams that crush the Heat and Pacers and get crushed by the friggin Magic (Pistons), dissapointments (Crapaliers), injuries (Chi-town), and teams that think they can compete, yet are worse than the tankers (Milwaukee Sucks, with a capital S).
1. Brandon Jennings (Detroit Pistons, yes this year's BJ is better than Kyrie).
2. Kyrie Irving (Cleveland Cavaliers, most overrated PG in the NBA. If he's so great, why's his team 10-21?)
3. George Hill (Indiana Pacers)
4. Brandon Knight (Milwaukee Bucks)
5. Kirk Hinrich (Chicago Bulls, although no's 3-5 on this list are completely irrelevant).
Southeast: The division with the other contender (Miami), the lucky bastards with Korver (Hawks), teams that are surprisingly good (Charlotte), teams with a future great at PG (Wizards), and tankers, sort of (Orlando).
1. John Wall (Washington Wizards, LOVE this guy).
2. Jeff Teague (Atlanta Hawks, most underrated PG in the league).
3. Kemba Walker (Charlotte Bobcats)
4. Jameer Nelson (Orlando Magic)
5. Mario Chalmers (Miami Heat)
Northwest: The division with KD (OKC), teams that haven't made the playoffs in a decade (Minnesota), the teams that was an hour north of where I'm from (Denver), surprises (Portland), and tankers (Utah).
1. Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City Thunder, he and Lillard are interchangeable between 1 and 2, I just believe Westbrook is better).
2. Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers)
3. Ty Lawson (Denver Nuggets)
4. Ricky Rubio (Minnesota Timberwolves, a tad overrated).
5. Trey Burke (Utah Jazz, I still think he can be great, though).
Southwest: The division with really good to great organizations (San Antonio, Dallas, Houston, all the Texas teams), name changing (New Orleans), and slight disappointments (Memphis).
1. Tony Parker (San Antonio Spurs)
2. Jrue Holiday (New Orleans Pelicans)
3. Jose Calderon (Dallas Mavericks, another underrated PG).
4. Mike Conley (Memphis Grizzlies)
5. Jeremy Lin (Houston Rockets, went from Linsanity to Linvisible).
Pacific: The division with delusional fanbases and teams that are ALWAYS being talked about for no reason (Lakers), teams with some former Lakers fans who bandwagoned (Clippers, and for the real Clipper fans, I respect you a LOT), surprises (Phoenix), the best losing team in the league (Sac-town), and the best shooting backcourt (GS).
1. Chris Paul (L.A. Clippers)
2. Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors)
3. Eric Bledsoe (Phoenix Suns)
4. Issiah Thomas (Sacramento Kings)
5. Jordan Farmar (L.A. Lakers)
ha well, i think Charlotte the better team now!
haha, Charlotte kind of smashed Detroit... How do you like Big Al's hook? He's got to be one of the more under appreciated players in the league.. I'll give you props though, Drummond is quietly becoming one of my favorite players!
Lol these people really don't know do they? Damian and Cadwell don't know ur alter ego DD?
What's up Daniel? Haven't heard from you in a long time. Haven't heard from anyone in BR for a long time as a matter of fact haha
R.I.P. Daniel Daniel, 1990-something-1/28/2014.
So... Want to do the B/R Football League now?
Mate, i think the Ernie Grunfield (Washingtons GM) has got on the same page as us.. Rumor has it that Washington is interested in Greg Monroe and are planning on making a move or making a run for him! I so hope this happens!