View Full Version : On with the crap fest: Rosen's all time best SG's

Cactus Jax
07-12-2005, 11:20 PM

Kobe #4 all time???? Are you kidding me?

And of course what will make people scream is Reggie not being on the list, which I will scream about too.

There are WAY too many PG esque players on this list and this doesn't even include Elgin Baylor who I thought was a good canidate for SG.

And Bill Sharman at #2....................

And Sidney Moncrief over Reggie :mad:. Don't get me wrong Moncrief was a great player, but not at Reggie's level.

And Joe Dumars or Allen Iverson aren't even in the other canidates list.

What a joke although it is pretty humorous.

*If this wants to be thrown in th ePG one then fine (it would be better served in the trash)*

07-13-2005, 12:18 AM

Thats the biggest joke of a list I have ever seen. He only got one thing right and that was MJ at #1.

07-13-2005, 12:41 AM
Oh my lord.....



He wouldn't even make my top 8.

He left DAVE BING off his top-9 list? Is he ****** insane? Pete Maravich? HELLO? Jerry West, oh wait, he's a PG, i forgot :laugh:

Again, I protest why this guy is allowed to speak the english language.

I take offense to anybody that would so blatently disrespect the NBA by writing this trash.

For the record, Sharman's career-best scoring year was 22.3 ppg, which was good for 6th in the NBA that year. I repeat, that was his BEST year.

Cactus Jax
07-13-2005, 02:19 AM
This list gets worse looking at it over again.

Sharman should be off the list, Sam Jones should be lower(ends up being off the list), Kobe should be lower, Hal Greer is more of a PG, Monroe is more of a PG, Moncrief should not be on the list, and George Gervin shouldn't be on the list, because he had NO playoff success.

Bing, Dumars, Iverson, Jerry West, and Pete Maravich should be part of the list.

Place it in order and you get:

1) Jordan
2) West
3) Maravich
4) Drexler
5) Reggie
6) Bryant
7) Bing
8) Iverson
9) Dumars

I did forget about Bing on my list before and he might be too low. Reggie and Drexler place higher because not only did they put up HOF stats, they led their teams to the finals, and Drexler did end up winning a title.

Some of these older players rode the coattails of Russell, and Wilt like Kobe was able to with Shaq, and that cuts down their greatness till they win alone as the leader.

07-13-2005, 02:32 AM
It should be noted that Maravich was possibly the worst defensive hall of famer of all time.

That said, he's also the 2nd most gifted guard in the history of basketball. Rosen is a complete moron when he says it's Kobe. Maravich did things with the ball Kobe never even dreamed of. Offensively, he had more natural skill than ANYBODY, Jordan included.

Walt Frazier is widely credited as the best defensive PG in NBA history, and Maravich hung 68 on him.

07-13-2005, 02:50 AM
I'll fix it.

1. Jordan
Career PPG: 30.12, Rings: 6
2. The
3. Rest
4. Don't
5. F**king
6. Matter
7. Compared
8. To
9. Jordan, ok?

07-13-2005, 07:06 AM
Good for Jordan. Unfortunately, he's not the only shooting guard the NBA has seen, so I think we shall let our top 9-10 SG lists to continue. :)

07-13-2005, 12:14 PM
I got as far as AZ telling me Reggie's not on the list.


07-13-2005, 01:17 PM
Yes...... thats HIS top 10 favourites. He is like 150 years old so i dont blame if the list is a bit weird! :) This is my list...

1. Michael Jordan - doh! best ever all-around
2. Reggie Miller - for being the best "Shooting" guard (notice the "shoot")
3. The rest is only
4. some
5. MJ & Reggie
6. Look alikes
7. So it doesnt
8. really matter
9. because MJ & Reggie
10. are the best SGs ever