Here's a ridiculous article from Neil Paine on espn.com:
The article is based on Bill Simmons' Olympic team-building philosophy:
Using this philosophy, Neil Paine would pick George Hill for Team USA's backup point guard spot:"The Summer Olympics [is] a blank canvas. ... A chance to build a superior basketball team from scratch -- not an All-Star team, a basketball team. Choosing from 300 of the greatest players in the world, we would want one dominant big man; one quality point guard; one great scorer immediately designated for Alpha Dog Status, two other good shooters, two other rebounders, one athletic swingman who can defend the other [team]'s best shooter, a backup point guard, two energy guys, and a 12th man who will hustle in practice and just be happy to be on the team. If we pick the right guys, we know we're winning the tournament and possibly ending up on ESPN Classic. It's just a fact."
A Backup Point Guard
George Hill, PG, Indiana Pacers
There are more than a few candidates who can make a strong case for the "best U.S.-born backup point guard" slot, including ex-Sixer Lou Williams, Denver's Andre Miller and the well-traveled Ramon Sessions. The best of the bunch, though, might just be Hill. He doesn't dominate possessions or do as much playmaking as some of the league's more traditional PGs, but by the same token he doesn't make many mistakes and is extremely efficient with his opportunities, which makes him a better fit on a star-studded team like this anyway. Moreover, Hill is better on defense than Williams, Miller or Sessions.