Top 10 Point Guards in the Western Conference
6.) Tony Parker
Tony Parker was the starting point guard for 72 games last season where the Spurs won a historic 67 games…he still has it.
Although it seems Parker has fallen back due to his age and injuries, he is still one of the better point guards in the game. He played more games last year than each of the previous five seasons and looks to continue his healthy streak into this season.
He still possesses one of the best penetration games in the game and can drop a floater over anyone the league.
As long as they can continue to monitor his minutes, Parker will be one of the more efficient points in the league once again. Leading the Spurs into the post-Duncan era, Parker will need to be near his best for the Spurs to hold off the Clippers for the 2nd seed out West.