NBA Power Rankings: All 30 Starting Shooting Guards

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January 17, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade (3) guards Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard Kobe Bryant (24) in the second half of the game at the Staples Center. Heat won 99-90. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Did you really  think I was leaving you by doing NBA Power Rankings with just the point guards?

Come on, I’ve taught you better than that by now, right?  What’s an NBA backcourt without the most prized scoring position on the floor?

That’s correct, the shooting guards need their love and appreciate as much as the floor generals.

With numerous free agency deals flying around this offseason, a few teams have discovered a shakeup in their lineups.  Using ESPN’s up-to-date depth charts, ranking how each shooting guard stacks up with one another is only the right thing to do in the month of August.

Health, previous injuries from last year, and any setback a player experienced in 2013-14 will be overridden in these rankings, ONLY if they are believed to be 100 percent and set to begin the season in November.

The 2014-15 schedule gets released on Wednesday, so it’s time to get this show on the road!  Out of all 30 starting shooting guards, who ranks next to who?  Prepare yourselves.

(Note:  Since this is all 30 STARTING shooting guards, some valuable bench two-guards have to be left out.  Believe me, if Manu Ginobili wasn’t a sixth man, he’d crack the Top 10.  Take a chill pill!)

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