A Look Back At The 2009 NBA Point Guard DraftBasketball, Columns, Sports, The Rev — By Rev. P. Revere on November 14, 2012 at 3:42 am
We here at The Sports Fan Journal have spent a lot of time debating who the best point guard in the NBA is. Anymore, if you don’t have a legitimate man running the point, your squad is already doomed. The NBA has become a point guard league.
With that, I thought it would be prudent to look at what I like to call the NBA Point Guard Draft, aka the 2009 draft. The name is more than apt, with an absurd 12 point guards taken in the first round. Hell, 2009 was the draft that made David Kahn infamous, selecting two point guards back-to-back with Minnesota’s first two selections. That’s why it’s the NBA Point Guard Draft.
So without further ado, let’s take a walk down memory lane see what these 12 guys have been up to as they embark on year four — at least most of them — of their NBA careers. (Number denotes draft position.)