10 151 VOTES
Before I get criticized for putting Mike Bibby on this list, hear me out. While he's not the most well known point guard and he's had some spotty seasons, he had some pretty good ones too. The mid 2000s were his best years. His career stats are 15.8 ppg, 5.9 apg, 3.2 rpg, 1.2 spg. He's not the most aggressive point guard and he's not the best defender, but he displays decent vision and he's an above average scorer for a point guard.
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9 173 VOTES
Nobody likes Stephon Marbury. He's demanding, he's flat downright unlikeable, he has a major ego, and he hardly cares about winning. The numbers speak for themselves, however, and his numbers are pretty remarkable. 19.3 ppg, 7.6 apg, and 1.2 spg. He had excellent court vision and his scoring touch was downright scary. Injuries also effected his early retirement. His career at that.
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8 148 VOTES
Sorry but I couldn't find a picture where he doesn't display his ugly teeth. Despite his ugly teeth, he's still one of the most durable and consistent point guards of the past decade. He always steps up in the playoffs too! Unfortunately he almost always plays on a terrible team. If there were more scoring options on his teams, he could easily be the premier point guard of the decade. His career stats are 14.5 ppg, 7.2 apg, 4.1 rpg, and 1.1 spg.
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7 130 VOTES
Gilbert Arenas is easily the best scoring point guard of the last decade. He even got close to leading the league in scoring in the 2005-06 season with 29.3 ppg. He probably would have won it if Kobe didn't dominate that year. While he doesn't have very good court vision for a point guard, he knows how to get to the rim and he's an above average defender. Unfortunately he too has been stricken with injuries over the span of his career. His career averages are 21.2 ppg, 5.4 apg, 4.0, rpg, and 1.6 spg.
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