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I was going to do a nifty little gimmick for this piece where I started each paragraph with the name of an NBA point guard that I think is better than Miami Heat PG Mario Chalmers. Then I realized that there is no way I could write that many paragraphs unless I started making new ones halfway through every sentence.
Boston Celtics PG Rajon Rondo recently said that he was the top point guard in the NBA. When asked about Rondo’s comment, Chalmers threw in his own opinion.
"He's not the best, but he's in the top five. There are a lot of great point guards in the league, Deron Williams, Chris Paul and Steve Nash. There are a lot of great guards in the NBA so for him to say he's the best is a pretty bold statement. I'd say that I am in the front end of the top 10."
The front end of the top 10 presumably means the top half, which would be five. If we give Chalmers the benefit of the doubt and say he ranks himself fifth, then that means he thi...
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