Ranking the 30 Starting Shooting Guards in the NBA

By Isaac Harris
NEW ORLEANS, LA - FEBRUARY 18: Wesley Matthews
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10.) Dwyane Wade – Chicago Bulls

Once again, this might be high for some, but Wade is still one of the best all-around guards in the game. Since this ranking is just for one year, Wade comes in at 10 for me.

9.) Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks

Middleton has been plagued by injuries lately, but when healthy, provides the Bucks with their best outside shot and solid perimeter defense. If the Bucks can get good health from him and Parker (later in the season), they could make huge strides in the East.

8.) Andrew Wiggins – Minnesota Timberwolves

We decided on Wiggins for this list over Jimmy Butler. Wiggins needs to improve on his efficiency and outside shot, but is still one of the best young prospects in the game.

7.) Avery Bradley – Detroit Pistons

I have always been all in on Avery Bradley and feel he is one of the most underrated players in the game. Already being one of the best wing defenders in the game, Bradley has improved his offense greatly over the past few years.

6.) Bradley Beal – Washington Wizards

When healthy, Beal has the scoring ability that puts him with some of the best among guards. He is the Robin to John Wall being Batman.