Ranking the 30 Starting Shooting Guards in the NBA

By Isaac Harris
NEW ORLEANS, LA - FEBRUARY 18: Wesley Matthews
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ORLEANS, FRANCE – AUGUST 10: Evan Fournier
ORLEANS, FRANCE – AUGUST 10: Evan Fournier /

20.) Evan Fournier – Orlando Magic

Fournier was the highest paid player and leading scorer on the 28 win Magic team last year. He is probably higher on other lists, but he comes in a bit lower for me.

19.) Victor Oladipo – Indiana Pacers

Oladipo has received the hate from people over the past 12 months and rightfully so…kind of. I am still a believer in Oladipo’s game and believe he will have one of his best seasons in Indiana away from Westbrook.

18.) Dion Waiters – Miami Heat

Waiters island is back in Miami and should be the starting shooting guard for the Heat with his new contract. He has the talent, it’s just putting it all together.

17.) J.J. Redick – Philadelphia 76ers

Redick comes to Philly as a high-priced three-point shooter and veteran presence. I’m a believer in Redick’s game, but he is on the backside of his career.

16.) Jaylen Brown – Boston Celtics

Brown should slide into the starting two guard spot with Hayward at the three. After a mediocre season from the rookie, I believe he takes a big step forward this season.