Before anyone cared where I would write about basketball, I was a student watching point guards. It’s how I lived. It’s how I learned. It’s how I smiled. My connection with these point guards is much bigger than basketball (actually, it’s not).
Without the experiences I’ve had witnessing these young floor generals operate, I wouldn’t be able to do what I’m doing today.
I came to HoopsHabit because of my future career, and Michael Dunlap. I loved becoming a little bro to Gerald Bourguet. We believed we could do something magical if we came together and ranked superstars. And that’s exactly what we did!
We’re not having a party. It’s time to get to work.
I’m not promising every reader agrees. I know how tough that is to achieve. Am I ready right now? No. I’m more than ready.
I feel my calling here goes above writing. I have accountability to give people what they want, and who takes that more seriously than myself?
At HoopsHabit, everything is given (to you guys). Everything is intriguing. You read all you want.
I’m ready to accept this challenge. These NBA Power Rankings will cover NBA point guards.
Thank you, LeBron. What an unforgettable letter.
NOTE: To be eligible, the point guard has to START for their team, or be a likely starter at the position. Sorry, Suns fans.
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