RANKED: All 30 Starting Point Guards In Today’s NBA From Worst to Best

26. Kris Dunn — Chicago Bulls

After spending three years in school, Dunn was touted as a can’t-miss prospect ready to instantly contribute for any team. Unfortunately, he was drafted into a tough situation in Minnesota, and failed to live up to expectations after starting just seven games as a rookie. A trade to Chicago seems to have ignited Dunn. A tenacious defender and willing passer, Dunn has to make just a small leap to become one of the better ‘pure’ point guards in today’s league.

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25. Patrick Beverley — Los Angeles Clippers

One of four players on this list that has made an All-Defensive first team, Beverley hangs his hat on the little things. A pesky defender that can get streaky from beyond the arc, the former Rocket is the type of player that is universally beloved by teammates and entirely despised by competitors. He fits in best alongside a player that can create off-the-dribble as evidenced by his career numbers playing in a backcourt with James Harden.

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