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Highest Paid NBA Players

Who Are The Highest Paid NBA Players

This week, we bring you our NBA 2015-2016 Infographic!

During the off season we have season we have heard of many rumours of trade-offs and contract negotiations of key NBA basketball players. If you missed out on this, don’t fret – check out our infographic below! There, you’ll find a great visual representation of the confirmed top 10 highest paid players and and their career earnings to date.  This season will be  a record year for the salary cap, with the 2016-17 season looking to jump even more.

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NBA Games of the 2015-16 Season You Must Not Miss

The schedule for the 2015-16 NBA  regular season was released a few days ago and it is quite obvious that the league officials have done everything in their power to make the schedules of individual teams much more manageable and humane than past ones. Of course, there will always be those who are not happy, but that is simply the reality of creating a schedule which includes 30 teams playing 82 games in a season.

Now that the schedule is out, we can also find out when certain games will take places – matchups that will have that something special going for them and that will be the highlights of the regular season. These are the games we will be looking at today.


New Orleans Pelicans at Golden State Warriors – October, 27

Some say that the Cavs – Bulls is the best game of the first night of the 2015-16 NBA Season, but we believe that it is the Pelicans at Warriors game that you should tune in to. For one, we want to see how the last season’s champs Warriors are looking. In addition to that, we all want to see how good Anthony Davis got during the off-season. Will he be able to single-handedly demolish the Champs?


San Antonio Spurs  at Oklahoma City Thunder – October, 28

Durant is back and this is his first game in months. The dynamic in the Thunder camp has changed and we all want to see how the new and improved Russell Westbrook will handle Durant’s return to team. Also, we are so psyched to see the new Spurs. It promises to be one hell of a game.


Dallas Mavericks at Los Angeles Clippers – October, 29

DeAndre Jordan slighted the Mavs big time during this off-season and he is probably glad that the first meeting of the two teams is going down in LA. Still, we are pretty sure that the Mavs will be coming over mad and crazy and it will make for a spectacular game.


Atlanta Hawks at New York Knicks – October, 29

The Hawks will probably dismantle the Knicks but we still want to see how the home crowd will welcome Kristaps Porzingis. Here’s hoping they don’t boo him.


Los Angeles Clippers at Golden State Warriors – November, 4

Everyone loves Clips vs Warriors matchups. They are always energized, high-powered and there is no shortage of amazing moves. On November 4th, we will also want to see if Clippers are good enough to stand up to the Warriors this season.


Los Angeles Clippers at Dallas Mavericks – November, 11

DeAndre is coming to Texas.


Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors – December, 25

It’s Christmas time and we got last season’s finalists playing in California. It should be a real Christmas treat, with Cavs hopefully heathier than they were in the Finals last year. This is a game that might give us an insight into whether Cavs have a better chance this season.

Coldplay Fun Facts

Fun Facts About Coldplay

Are you a Coldplay fan? If so, you’re not alone! Picking up where Pink Floyd left off, Coldplay has gained legions of fans with their ethereal, haunting music and personal, yet imaginative lyrics. For the most part, Coldplay has always kept their music at the forefront, rather than their personal lives. That said, the band’s long history has offered some interesting moments.

Here are some fun facts about Coldplay:

• Coldplay’s first official song was a joke song called, Ode to Deodorant.
• Chris Martin’s great-grandfather convinced English Parliament to introduce daylight savings.
• The New York Times once called Coldplay “The most insufferable band of the decade”.
• Coldplay’ fourth studio album, Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends, was named after a painting by Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. The painting was a still life of watermelons.
• The liner notes for Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends state that the album was recorded in bakery, a nunnery, a magic shop, and a church.
• MADTV has parodied three Coldplay songs: The Scientist, Viva La Vida and Speed of Sound.
• The 13th of January is known as St.Ode’s Day to Coldplay fans. This is to commemorate the date that a copy of the original Ode to Deodorant demo tape was leaked onto the Internet.
• Four puppets, representing the band members, were created for the video for, Life in Technicolor ii, These puppets were photographed at various tourist attractions and random places in the city or area that the band was currently performing in during the tour for Vida La Vida.
• Chirs Martin appears in the movie, Shaun of the Dead as both himself and a zombie in a yellow hat.
• The cover photo for Parachutes was taken by the band using a disposable camera. The globe in the photo also appeared in the videos for Don’t Panic and Shiver.
• 15% of all of Coldplay’s band profits go to charity.
• Coldplay is rumored to be playing the upcoming Super Bowl halftime show at Levis Stadium in 2016. Last year Katy Performed at the Super Bowl halftime show.

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NBA Christmas Day Schedule

NBA Christmas Day Schedule – Five Reasons to Tune in

The National Basketball Association released the NBA official schedule for the 2015-2016 season, and as always, NBA Christmas Day schedule and games are cream of the crop. Many people believe that the official season in the NBA starts after Christmas day, when teams get their feet wet and contenders emerge, while pretenders fall back in the standings. Here are five reasons to tune in on Christmas Day and spend the day and the night watching basketball.

NBA Christmas Day Schedule

Miami Heat vs. New Orleans Pelicans 12:00PM ET

The NBA Christmas Day Schedule kicks off with the Heat hosting the Pelicans and the young rising star, Anthony Davis. This will be the first time fans get to see Davis play on a Christmas day, and the young star will surely not disappoint. The Heat are regulars on Christmas day for the past several years, and they always put on a show. This year’s Christmas day games will be competitive, with almost every team making the playoffs the year before and watching Davis probably destroying the Heat is a nice appetizer.

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Chicago Bulls 2:30PM ET

Since the World Cup in 2010, Chicago’s Derrick Rose and Kevin Durant from the Thunder have been marketed as the next generation stars in the NBA. And While Durant has established himself as one of the top 5 players in the league, Rose won an MVP award following the World Cup, but has been injured ever since. The Thunder and the Bulls were and still are up and coming teams, and they have had several Christmas day matchups in the past few years. The two teams play either on opening night, or on Christmas. And since they meet just twice during the regular season, watching them on Christmas makes it that much more special.

Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers 5:00PM ET

The Cavs at Warriors matchup is the highlight of the NBA Christmas day schedule. This will be the first time the two teams meet after the Finals, and this time, the Cavs might be healthy. With Love, James, Irving, Curry, Thompson, Green and Iguodala, there are more than enough stars on the floor to entice your attention. Toss in Lebron’s motivation for revenge, and this might turn into a playoff atmosphere game, if not Finals atmosphere. By Christmas, we might even know the roster for Team USA, and both Curry and Irving compete for a spot. If one of them doesn’t make the cut, he will definitely have a reason more to go at the other.

Houston Rockets vs. San Antonio Spurs 8:00PM ET

The battle for supremacy between Texas teams is one of the most interesting and intriguing in the league. The Christmas Day schedule will take us to Houston, where the Rockets will welcome the new, refreshed Spurs team that is hoping to get back to the Finals. The Rockets have the same goal in mind, with this being a crucial year for them as Dwight Howard is nearing free agency. The Rockets have their own Big Three in Howard, Harden and Ty Lawson. And if Lawson manages to keep his head in the game, the race to the division title in the Southwest division might be one for the ages.

Los Angeles Lakers vs Los Angeles Clippers Tickets 10:30PM ET

It is the swan song for Kobe Bryant, one of the best players in the past 20 years. Bryant left a significant stamp on the league, and this might be the last time fans get to see him on Christmas. Kobe has hinted this might be his last season in the league, and it will all depend on his health at the end of the season. But coming back from serious injuries the past two seasons, one has to wonder how long till Kobe says enough is enough. The Lakers Clippers game is the last game on the 2015 NBA Christmas Day Schedule.

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The Top 14 NBA Draft Picks Of All Time

photo credit: Flickr / zennie62originaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 640height 329B: Kobe BryantKobe fell even further than Jordan in the 1996 NBA draft. He was picked by Charlotte hornets at #13. He was traded on draft day to Los Angeles Lakers with whom he won 5 championships and earned 15 All-Star selections.

photo credit: Wikimediaoriginaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 1075height 1024C: Karl MaloneKarl Malone also slipped to the 13th spot, in 1985. Dallas Mavericks promised to take him with their #8 pick, but it wasn’t until Utah Jazz drafted him that he found a home in the NBA. Malone became the second best scorer in history of NBA, with 14 All-Star selections and 2 MVP of the regular season awards.

photo credit: nbaramblings.comoriginaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 640height 360D: Larry BirdLarry Bird was first drafted in 1978 but decided to stay in college another year to play Magic Johnson for another title. Boston Celtics drafted him at #6 that year and they managed to retain the rights till 1979 when Bird actually entered the league. Once there, he led the Celtics to three titles, one of which was in his first season.

photo credit: Flickr / Kip-koechoriginaldate 10/15/2010 6:57:13 PMheight 324width 503orientation 1camerasoftware Adobe Photoshop CS2 E: Joe DumarsJoe Dumars was one of the core parts of the 1980s Detroit Pistons Bad Boys who won two titles, while also being a 6 time All-Star and a Finals MVP in 1989 when Pistons swept Lakers and he averaged 27.3 points in the four games. How low he slipped in the 1985 draft? To number 18. Yes, Dumars slipped to #18.

photo credit: Otto Greule Jr / Getty Imagesoriginaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 1200height 900F: Tony ParkerTony Parker almost slipped out of the first round at the 2001 draft until Greg Poppovich decided to draft a 19-year old kid from France. He turned out to be the perfect piece for the new big three he was building, together with Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. And really, Tony was an integral part of four of Spurs’ titles also earning one Finals MVP award.

photo credit: sportsblog.comoriginaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 3834height 2556G: Manu GinobiliManu Ginobili not only fell out of the first round in the 1999 Draft, but he almost fell out of the second round as well. Greg Poppovich once again showed his prowess and drafted Manu at #57. He stayed with the Spurs ever since and contributed to 4 titles, while also earning one award for the Sixth Man of the Year.

photo credit: Wikimediaoriginaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 800height 597H: Willis ReedWillis Reed was a special kind of player who used his force, his strength and his will to stand up to the likes of Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. He was the crucial part of New York Knicks’ two titles and perhaps the most beloved athlete in NYC history. Willis was picked 8th at the 1964 NBA draft, making him one of the best steals ever.

photo credit: Wikimediaoriginaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 857height 598I: Clyde DrexlerClyde the Glide was a star at Houston, but for some reason, he fell as low as #14 at the 1983 draft. He was picked by the Portland Trailblazers and he became a franchise player. He turned out to be a 10 times All-Star while winning a single championship, albeit with Houston Rockets.

photo credit: rantsports.comoriginaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 640height 360J: Stephen CurryIn 2015, Stephen Curry proved to everyone that he is a real star capable of leading his team to a championship. It also became obvious that he is one of the greatest shooters that have ever played the game. Still, in 2009, the Warriors were able to get him even though they only picked at #7.

photo credit: Wikimediaflash 16cameramake Canonheight 2314camerasoftware Adobe Photoshop Cameoriginaldate 2/25/2015 3:00:25 AMwidth 3015cameramodel Canon EOS-1D XK: John StocktonJohn Stockton played for Utah Jazz for 19 seasons and he missed 22 games in his career. In his entire career. He led the Jazz to playoffs every single year for those 19 years and he had more assists and steals in his career than anyone else. And it isn’t looking like anyone will match those numbers. In 1984, he was picked at #16.

photo credit: saltcityhoops.comoriginaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 576height 324L: Dirk NowitzkiDirk Nowitzki was picked at #9 in the 1998 draft and many wondered why Dallas Mavericks chose him that high actually. Don Nelson always knew what he was doing and he struck gold with the 7’0” German. Nowitzki became a regular All-Star and he led the Mavs to two finals, winning one.

photo credit: Flickr / keithallisonoriginaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 1024height 683M: Sam JonesWe are going way back with this one, more precisely to 1957 when Sam Jones was picked at #8 by the Boston Celtics. He became an important part of the first Celtics Dynasty, always coming through when the team needed him most. Jones won 10 titles with the Celtics. Yes, 10 titles.

photo credit: Dick Raphael/NBAE / Getty Imagesoriginaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 800height 450N: Denis JohnsonSeattle Supersonics drafted Dennis Johnson with their 29th pick in 1976 (which was then a second round pick). In 1979, he led them to a title and won the Finals MVP. In 1983, Red Auerbach brought DJ to Boston where he would win two more titles and serve as a Magic Johnson-stopper.

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Best NBA Dunks

7 Of The Best Slam Dunks Of All Time

There is nothing better and more exciting in basketball than a great dunk. What we have for you here is a list of the best slam dunks in the history of the game. Keep in mind that these will only be in-game dunks, meaning no slams from dunk contests.

So, sit back, relax and enjoy these monster dunks!


  1. Vince Carter Dunks over Frederic Weis

If this particular dunk had happened in the NBA, it would have easily topped our list. Unfortunately for Vince, he did this at the Olympics. In order to accomplish this one, Vince Carter jumps over a French center called Frederic Weis, who happens to be 7’2”. He literally jumps over him. Like, over his head.


  1. Darryl Dawkins Breaks Backboard

Darryl Dawkins was a very special kind of guy whose nickname Chocolate Thunder originates from none other than Stevie Wonder. He was famous for his insane dunks and one time, in 1979, he destroyed two backboards in the span of three weeks. We chose the second one because he not only destroys the backboard, but also rips the rim out of it. They changed the construction of backboards because of this dunk.


  1. John Starks Exacts Revenge on Bulls

John Starks was not exactly successful against the Bulls in the 90s. Michael Jordan and the rest of the Bulls regularly beat Starks’ Knicks in the playoffs, but this one time, in 1993, John had his revenge. He storms down the right side of the court and dunks on Horace Grant in a spectacular fashion. Not even Jordan manages to block him this time. Madison Square Garden goes berserk!


  1. Shawn Kemp Over Lister

Shawn Kemp was one of the best in-game dunkers of all time. We had to choose one of his dunks and we decided on the most brutal poster dunk – the one on Alton Lister from the 1992 playoffs. The Rain Man tomahawks Lister and then does the famous finger-point which would get him a dozen technical fouls these days. Also, you gotta love the reaction of the crowd.


  1. Jordan Spins and Dunks

Michael Jordan regularly led the Bulls over the Knicks in the 1990s and this dunk of his perhaps best summarizes how he used to demolish them. He is doubled and it seems he has nowhere to go up there in the left corner. He then does the most beautiful spin, gets rid of his defenders and leaps. Patrick Ewing tries to block him and fails miserably.


  1. Clyde Glides

Clyde Drexler got the nickname Glide while still in college and this dunk against the Lakers is the perfect example of why he got the name. The dunk truly reveals itself as one of the best ever in the replay when the camera films Clyde from the side. It is just unbelievable how he flies. He literally glides in the air.


  1. Dr. J Pure Beauty

It is quite simply the best in-game dunk of all time. Dr. J saves the tipped ball mid-court and then races to the basket, with Michael Cooper tailing him (Coop being an All-Defense player, btw). Dr. J never touches the ball with his left hand, rocks the cradle and then slams it home in a way that was never replicated. The crowd erupts. Pure beauty of basketball.

NBA Player Comparison: LeBron James Vs. Michael Jordan

One of the most heatedly debated issues among NBA fans over the last few years has been whether LeBron James is good enough to challenge Michael Jordan for the title of the best NBA player of all time. Some people believe that King James is nowhere near Air Jordan while others think that his performances and numbers warrant a closer inspection.


In any case, we have decided to take a closer look into the whole LeBron vs. Michael thing and give our opinion on whether there is even point in comparing them.


The Numbers

As always, it is best to start with the quantifiable, i.e. the numbers. The first number we have to look at are the championships up to this point, Jordan leads convincingly, with 6 championships to LeBron’s 2. Jordan was also the league MVP 5 times while LeBron earned that recognition 4 times. Michael earned 14 All-Star Game call-ups and we are sure that LeBron will match that number given time (he already has 9).

There are other numbers that are also important. Like points per game averages, where Jordan leads 30.1 to 27.5. LeBron, on the other hand, has the upper hand when it comes to assists and rebounds per game – 6.9 apg to Jordan’s 5.3 and 7.3 rpg to Jordan’s 6.2. Their field goal and 3-point percentages are almost identical, with Jordan having better free throw percentage – 83.5% to LeBron’s 74.7%.


Style of Play

Now that we have covered the numbers, we need to look at the two very different styles of play that these players display(ed). On the one hand, you had Jordan who was noticeably less strong than LeBron and who only played shooting guard and (rarely) small forward positions. On the other hand, LeBron often had to play 4 or even all 5 positions, from point guard to center. His superhuman-like physique and athleticism allowed him to do this.

There can be no doubt that Jordan was the more elegant and savvy player of the pair, exhibiting perfect balance and rhythm he employed to get to the basket. LeBron exchanged elegance for power and we have to say that it has worked for him. Both players also display exquisite court vision, although we would have to say that LeBron is more likely to get his teammates involved than Jordan was.


Something that these players share is the incredible focus and will to win. Jordan was competitive to a fault and while many people doubt the mental aspect of LeBron’s game and his drive, we believe that he has shown enough to silence the doubters.


Different Game

It needs to be pointed out, however, that Jordan and LeBron play(ed) in two very different eras of NBA basketball. During Jordan’s championship years, NBA was a much rougher place where players on defense had much more freedom in guarding their players. It is quite possible that in today’s league, where players on the offense are virtually under a glass bell, Jordan would score 50 or 60 points per game.

Of course, this is all hypothetical, like all comparisons of two players are. Especially when they are as different as LeBron and Jordan are.

Lakers Kobe Bryant

Lakers Kobe Bryant Pros and Cons at Small Forward

Lakers Kobe Bryant Pros and Cons at Small Forward

Coach Byron Scott said that he envisions Kobe Bryant spending more time at the SF position than playing his natural SG position the following season. While that might be beneficial for both the Lakers and Kobe Bryant, the move caries some risks, but also rewards. Here some of the Pros and Cons of the Los Angeles Lakers playing Bryant at the 3.

Pros of playing Lakers Kobe Bryant at SF

Playing Bryant at SF allows the Lakers to have multiple ball handlers in their lineup. Additionally, they will have a quality player on each position in the starting lineup. If Bryant starts at the 2, the Lakers are left with Ryan Kelly or Nick Young starting at 3. Playing Bryant at SF will also allow the Lakers to start both D’Angelo Russell and Jordan Clarkson. Both can create and initiate offense, and Bryant will be relieved from those duties, something he had to do in the past two seasons.

Playing Bryant at the SF position also allows Bryant to preserve energy on the defensive end, where he won’t have to chase shooting guards through countless of screens. Playing SF also puts Bryant closer to the post, where he is most effective, playing at the elbows and using his footwork and post-game to punish opponents.
The Lakers have tried playing Bryant at the SF previously, in the 2000-2001 season, and in 2012-2013. In both cases, the Lakers had an abundance of players playing at guard positions.

Cons of playing Lakers Kobe Bryant at SF

If Bryant is moved to the small forward position, he becomes the de facto best wing defender the Lakers have. In previous seasons, the Lakers have used a small forward as a designated wing defender to preserve Bryant’s energy for the offensive end. That was the case with Ron Artest (Metta World Peace) and Trevor Ariza. If Bryant plays at the 3, he will have to defend Cleveland Cavaliers Lebron James, OKC Thunder Kevin Durant, New York Knicks Carmelo Anthony, Kawhy Leonard and others. In reality, some of them will spend time at the 4 in small ball lineups, and there are not as many quality small forwards nowadays.

Another downside of playing Lakers Kobe Bryant at SF is that it reduces the Lakers depth. While they will get to have their five best players on the floor at the beginning of the game, they have only Lou Williams and Nick Young to serve as backups to positions 1-3. Not that the Lakers have some better options at the SF position.

Another downside of playing LA Lakers Kobe Bryant at the Small Forward position is that it carries risks for his health. Bryant is not exactly the model for health in recent years, and banging inside with bigger and stronger opponents does carry certain risks.

If the Lakers elect to play Bryant at the 3 more, and give reins of the offense to the young back court, they risk the turnover-prone offense territory. Clarkson and Russell are great young players, but they do not have the experience to run an offense. Russell averaged almost 6 turnovers per game during Summer League, but that is to be expected.

But most importantly, the change could and probably will put Lakers Kobe Bryant in a secondary position. Kobe has served as the de facto unquestioned face of the franchise for so many years, and allowing Clarkson and Russell to run the show might not fare well with his ego.

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Top 5 NBA Point Guards

Ranking the Top 5 NBA Point Guards 2015-2016

Ranking the Top 5 NBA Point Guards

Having a top 5 point guard on your team is the equivalent to having Tom Brady as your quarterback or Corey Crawford as your goalie. The NBA point guard has become the dominating position in the NBA and has more influence on the game outcome than ever before.

The point guard of today’s NBA has to has the ability to not only steal but also has the leadership off and on the court like never before. With numerous factors including points and assists, efficiency, as well as a plus-minus rating here is our list of the Top 5 NBA Point Guards for the 2015-2016 NBA Season.

5. Kyrie Irving – Kyrie Irving is on this list because he is so skilled he’s an amazing shooters especially from 3 point. His handles are amazing and he is very athletic and can really score the basketball. In 4 years in his career his averages are 21 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 5.2 assists. He is a 3 time All Star, the 2012 rookie of the year and helped bring the Cleveland Cavaliers to the 2015 NBA Finals.

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4. John Wall – The Washington Wizards John Wall is on this list because he’s a great leader, he is very athletic, he has great handles and is a great passer and defender. His career averages were 17.6 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 8.7 assists. In 5 seasons he is a 2 time All Star and the 2014 Slam Dunk Champion.

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3. Stephen CurryStephen Curry is on this list because he is a pure superstar. He is the best shooter and 3 point shooter in the league, he’s a great passer and a great defender. His career averages are 20.9 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 6.9 assists. In 6 seasons he was the MVP this past season, he is a 2 time All Star, he is the defending 3 point champion, and he led the Golden State Warriors to there 1st NBA Championship in 40 years.

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2. Russell Westbrook – Russell Westbrook is on this list because is like superman on the basketball court. He is super athletic, a great scorer, can cross you over, a great defender, can pop the mid range jumper all day, he is the definition of a stat sheet stuffer and a triple double machine. His career averages are 21.1 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 7.1 assists. In 7 seasons he is a 5 time All Star, was the All Star game MVP this past season, and he helped take the Oklahoma City Thunder to the 2012 NBA Finals.

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1. Chris Paul – Chris Paul is on this list because he will always just be the most fierce competitor on the court. LA Clippers Chris Paul is a great shooter, defender, and the best passer in the game and has just a pure skill set and is one of the greatest leaders in the game. His career averages are 18.7 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 9.9 assists. In 10 seasons he is an 8 time All Star, the 2013 All Star game MVP, and the 2006 rookie of the year giving Chris Paul our #1 in the ranking of the Top 5 NBA Point Guards for the 2015-2016 NBA season.

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Who do you think are the Top 5 NBA Point Guards this upcoming season?