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    Default Top NBA Back-courts?

    Obviously this is early, but maybe down the road, it'd be good to re-open and re-evaluate.

    Now, I brought this topic up with the guys during the game chat, and I asked, is Derozan/Lowry a top 10 back-court?

    IF Yes, what are the 9 better back-courts, and if No, where do you rate it?

    My Top 10:

    1. LeBron James/Dwayne Wade
    2. Deron Williams/Joe Johnson
    3. Steve Nash/Kobe Bryant
    4. Chris Paul/Chauncey Billups
    5. Rajon Rondo/Courtney Lee
    6. Russel Westbrook/Thabo Sefolosha
    7. Brandon Jennings/Monte Ellis
    8. Ty Lawson/Andre Iguodala
    9. Tony Parker/Manu Ginobili
    10. Kyle Lowry/Demar Derozan

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    When they both are clicking, yeah they are top 10 to me. But, that is a big "when". Demar has not convinced me that he will consistently be able to produce. He has to step up. He is not a young gun anymore. He is going to be making serious money in the next few years, and he is capable of earning it.

    Tonight vs. the Timberwolves Demar played amazing defence with those steals he had (and his on-ball looked better than it usually does), not to mention he broke a couple guys down with his dribble (one of them being AK47) and got to the rim.

    I like the chemistry he and Lowry have as well. There was a crucial stretch where Lowry found Demar twice in a row when the game was getting tight.

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    Technically, LeBron James/Dwayne Wade doesn't count as a back-court since LeBron, being a SF, is part of the front court. Another thing, I think you missed Jeremy Lin/James Harden. Lin might not be better than Lowry, but Harden is proving that he's a really damn good player. So I think you should add them to the list and remove LeBron James/Dwayne Wade.

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    Certainly looked like it the past couple of games.

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    It's too early to put DeMar on any best of lists.. Kyle obviously bumps them up, but I'd wait and see how it goes after at least 25/30 games.

    Minny's combo of Rubio/Roy is not too shabby. Irving/Waiters may be up there too. Same with Wall/Beal and Curry/Thompson.

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    Quote Blacklash2k4 wrote: View Post
    Technically, LeBron James/Dwayne Wade doesn't count as a back-court since LeBron, being a SF, is part of the front court. Another thing, I think you missed Jeremy Lin/James Harden. Lin might not be better than Lowry, but Harden is proving that he's a really damn good player. So I think you should add them to the list and remove LeBron James/Dwayne Wade.
    Technically speaking, yes, but LeBron James plays that pure point guard role for the Heat. LeBron is a small forward, but no doubt he plays the position.

    Even IF I did get rid of the LeBron/Wade duo, Lin/Harden would NOT be there. Lin is still unproven, and isn't even a top 10 point guard in my opinion. Harden is making him look a lot better than he is, for Harden is a play-maker. Make shots, find shots.

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