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How to win the NBA’s guard spot with a solid point guard

When LeBron James returned from injury, the world’s top-scoring point guard was one of the most coveted names in basketball.

Now that James is back in his prime, that market has exploded.

For the past several years, the number of players ranked as the best point guard in the NBA has steadily grown.

In recent years, only one of those players has made it into the top five of the voting for the All-Star Game.

The next best guard is James, and he has a strong chance to claim that title this season.

This year’s All-Stars, however, are not exactly a lock to earn that distinction.

While Kevin Durant is one of two guards to be voted for MVP, it’s no guarantee that he’ll be able to crack the top 10.

He’s been on a roll since returning from knee surgery, averaging 26.8 points, 6.3 assists and 3.7 rebounds per game in his last six contests.

Durant has also shown a knack for picking up rebounds, as he has averaged 11.1 per game over that span.

The biggest reason why Durant is such a favorite is his versatility.

The Oklahoma City Thunder’s point guard is able to fill a variety of roles.

He can be a spot-up shooter, a three-point threat, or even a playmaker.

In a league that is becoming more and more about ball movement, having a big, strong, and athletic wing like Durant is a necessity.

In this article, we’ll take a look at why Durant’s versatility will be a major factor in his success this season and examine his potential to win his first NBA title.

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