The 10 most unstoppable NBA point guards of all time, ranked

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4) Oscar Robertson

Recognized for his unparalleled ability to achieve a triple-double average consistently, Oscar Robertson holds the prestigious honor of being the trailblazer in this remarkable feat within the league's rich history. Displaying extraordinary prowess in the roles of playmaker, rebounder, and scorer, Robertson's dominance as the primary ball-handler was evident.

While his historical legacy may have been slightly underrated, it was only upon joining forces with Lew Alcindor in Milwaukee that Robertson could taste substantial triumph, ultimately culminating in securing an illustrious NBA championship. Robertson's unparalleled versatility as an offensive guard undeniably solidifies his position among the pantheon of basketball legends.

From 1960 to 1970, Robertson was a member of the Cincinnati Royals, followed by a stint with the Milwaukee Bucks from 1970 to 1974. He achieved numerous accomplishments throughout his career, including winning one championship in 1971.

His career statistics reflect an impressive performance, with an average of 25.7 points per game, 7.5 rebounds per game, and 9.5 assists per game, all while maintaining a field goal percentage of .485. In recognition of his exceptional skills, Robertson was awarded the NBA MVP in 1964 and was selected as an All-Star twelve times. Furthermore, he is a proud member of the NBA Basketball Hall of Fame.