The last of my 2012 fantasy basketball rankings comes with the Point Guard Position, arguably the position that has the most depth this season.  From #1 to #25 you got viable starters for your team, better yet if your league starts 2 PG’s you can find value later in drafts.  Derrick Rose is still rehabbing and probably won’t be back until January, maybe. 


Chauncy Billups will return sometime in December, same as Ricky Rubio for the T’Wolves.  John Wall is already out for 8 weeks with his knee, and it’s hard for him to develop a 3 point shot (at the moment), that’s the difference between the elite PG’s and Wall, he cant shoot the 3 and don’t expect overnight Derrick Rose success neither. 

Felton returns to New York where he was putting up all-star like numbers, can he do it again? I mean this Knicks squad is far more talented than the previous squad he was on, plus he now has Jason Kidd to learn from.  How will Jeremy Lin fare in Houston? Was it all a dream or is this Lin kid the real deal, i know opinions on both sides and all i’ll say is i hope for the best for Lin, but he’s nowhere near the top tier of PG’s but you’ll see it in my rankings where i have him.  How will rookie Austin Rivers do in New Orleans? I’m rooting for him.

1 RUSSELL WESTBROOK OKC hasn’t missed a gm, best offensive rebounding PG
2 CHRIS PAUL LAC arugably best PG in lg, but needs to stay healthy
3 DERON WILLIAMS BKLN more talent around = more assists & run the tm
4 TY LAWSON DEN think RW, CP & DW are 1a-c & Lawson is #2 (got game)
5 KYRIE IRVING CLE ceiling is probably higher than the 4 listed above
6 BRANDON JENNINGS MIL underrated & could be part of the best backcourt in Lg
7 RAJAN RONDO BOS his assists/steals and rebounds make up for his non-3’s
8 GORAN DRAGIC PHX prob have him higher than most, career year for Goran
9 STEPHEN CURRY GSW when healthy he’s a top 5 PG in fantasy, easily. 
10 JRUE HOLIDAY PHI takes another step forward this season, huge yr in store
11 STEVE NASH LAL 11-13ppg and could easily avg nearly 12-13 assists per
12 TONY PARKER SAS still has it, #1 option on team now
13 JOHN WALL WAS out 8 weeks hurts & so does his non-3pt shot
14 DAMIAN LILLARD POR get to know the NBA Rookie of the Year
15 DARREN COLLISON DAL will turn heads in DAL, can run the team
16 MIKE CONLEY MEM showing each year that he can run this team, he can.
17 MO WILLIAMS UTA will start in UTA, if you can handle the TO’s you’ll be fine
18 RAYMOND FELTON NYK 17ppg 9apg 1.8spg his lone tenure in New York, encore?
19 DERRICK ROSE CHI timetable of return unknown but I’ll take a risk
20 JEREMY LIN HOU can he run the team in Houston? 
21 BRANDON KNIGHT DET he’ll showcase his talent this season
22 KYLE LOWRY TOR putting up all-star type numbers before injury
23 JEFF TEAGUE ATL pg reigns belong to him now, solid PG2
24 ISAIAH THOMAS SAC nobody expected this, but he’s a solid PG for SAC
25 GEORGE HILL IND bit the injury bug LY, you’ll see why IND signed him
26 JARRETT JACK GSW playing behind an injury-prone PG, opportunity there
27 ANDRE MILLER DEN Karl likes to use both PGs together, assists there
28 KEMBA WALKER CHA starting job is his to lose, could rise in rankings soon
29 LUKE RIDNOUR MIN starter until Rubio gets back, nice fill-in 
30 KIRK HINRICH CHI should’ve never left CHI in the first place
31 GREIVIS VASQUEZ NOH could start and let Rivers come on slowly
32 JERRYD BAYLESS MEM provides scoring punch for MEM bench
33 DEVIN HARRIS ATL what happened to this guy?
34 RICKY RUBIO MIN back in December, needs to work on jumper
35 MARIO CHALMERS MIA regardless of stellar play in finals, not a top option in MIA
36 CHAUNCY BILLUPS LAC age is a factor but can still provide late season scoring
37 JOSE CALDERON TOR taking a back seat to Lowry, on the decline anyway
38 JASON KIDD NYK age is definitely catching up to him, provides leadership
39 RAMON SESSIONS CHA back-up to Kemba but should get his playing time
40 JJ BAREA MIN energy off the bench
41 REGGIE JACKSON OKC kids got talent, hope he shows it this year
42 KENDALL MARSHALL PHX should get spot minutes for Goran
43 CJ WATSON BKLN backup to Deron, nice role player
44 DJ AGUSTIN IND could be just a player that’ll provide scoring for IND
45 BENO UDRIH MIL as a solid back-up PG that you can find

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