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Rank these all-time great college point guards... (Edited 09/20/11 07:16PM by SusanVette)
Rank these all-time great college point guards...
Featured by: SusanVette at 1/29/11 1:58PM
| Closed on 10/28/11 at 11:45PM
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Team Breakout:
Rank44 FansAvg (1st)
1.Bobby Hurley, Duke - 1,076 assists9.2 (27)
2.Sherman Douglas, Syracuse - 960 assists6.9 (7)
3.Chris Corchiani, N.C. State - 1,038 assists6.8 (2)
4.Ed Cota, N. Carolina - 1,030 assists6.5 (2)
5.Greg Anthony, Portland/UNLV - 950 assists6.0 (4)
6.Steve Blake, Maryland - 972 assists5.9 (1)
7.Aaron Miles, Kansas - 954 assists3.9
8.Keith Jennings, E. Tenn. St. - 983 assists3.9
9.Tony Miller, Marquette - 956 assists3.6 (2)
10.Doug Gottlieb, ND/Okla St. - 947 assists3.0 (1)

  
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#1 | 1181 days ago

Sherman Douglas- played against during high school years - Ed Cota- HOMEBOY!!!!!- Hurley- way younger than me but wouldve loved to still be a student when St.Anthony's had the house squad. 85-Seton Hall runner ups- 3/5 were NY Gaucho teammates. Anthony- never came across but that UNLV squad earned me quite alot of dough. Other than Corchiani- dont know the rest----- GOOD POLL!!!!! BUt there's quite a few from NY/NJ/CT you left off this list - Pearl Washington - Mark Jackson- Kenny Smith- Jimmy Black- Mike Moses- c'mon dude where's the NY love!!!!!
1. Sherman Douglas, Syracuse - 960 assists  2. Ed Cota, N. Carolina - 1,030 assists  3. Bobby Hurley, Duke - 1,076 assists  4. Greg Anthony, Portland/UNLV - 950 assists  5. Steve Blake, Maryland - 972 assists  6. Chris Corchiani, N.C. State - 1,038 assists  7. Keith Jennings, E. Tenn. St. - 983 assists  8. Tony Miller, Marquette - 956 assists  9. Aaron Miles, Kansas - 954 assists  10. Doug Gottlieb, ND/Okla St. - 947 assists  
#2 | 1174 days ago

Doug Gottlieb was good player, however as a so called expert for ESPN, he leaves a lot to be desired.  Stick to radio Doug
1. Bobby Hurley, Duke - 1,076 assists  2. Greg Anthony, Portland/UNLV - 950 assists  3. Sherman Douglas, Syracuse - 960 assists  4. Steve Blake, Maryland - 972 assists  5. Ed Cota, N. Carolina - 1,030 assists  6. Aaron Miles, Kansas - 954 assists  7. Keith Jennings, E. Tenn. St. - 983 assists  8. Tony Miller, Marquette - 956 assists  9. Chris Corchiani, N.C. State - 1,038 assists  10. Doug Gottlieb, ND/Okla St. - 947 assists  
#3 | 1142 days ago

 I thought Mateen Cleaves was really good at Michigan State and Georgia Tech had some great point guards, like Kenny Anderson and Travis Best.
1. Chris Corchiani, N.C. State - 1,038 assists  2. Bobby Hurley, Duke - 1,076 assists  3. Steve Blake, Maryland - 972 assists  4. Greg Anthony, Portland/UNLV - 950 assists  5. Ed Cota, N. Carolina - 1,030 assists  6. Sherman Douglas, Syracuse - 960 assists  7. Aaron Miles, Kansas - 954 assists  8. Tony Miller, Marquette - 956 assists  9. Doug Gottlieb, ND/Okla St. - 947 assists  10. Keith Jennings, E. Tenn. St. - 983 assists  
#4 | 1131 days ago

Not now; maybe tomorrow.
#5 | 1131 days ago

huskerdoug2009 wrote:
Doug Gottlieb was good player, however as a so called expert for ESPN, he leaves a lot to be desired.  Stick to radio Doug
right, yeah? I've seen better
#6 | 1131 days ago

rockysnappyduke wrote:
 I thought Mateen Cleaves was really good at Michigan State and Georgia Tech had some great point guards, like Kenny Anderson and Travis Best.
right, yeah? I've seen better
#7 | 1131 days ago

rockysnappyduke wrote:
 I thought Mateen Cleaves was really good at Michigan State and Georgia Tech had some great point guards, like Kenny Anderson and Travis Best.
right, yeah? I've seen better
#8 | 1131 days ago

Where's Magic Johnson? Johnny Dawkins? Phil Ford?
1. Sherman Douglas, Syracuse - 960 assists  2. Greg Anthony, Portland/UNLV - 950 assists  3. Keith Jennings, E. Tenn. St. - 983 assists  4. Chris Corchiani, N.C. State - 1,038 assists  5. Bobby Hurley, Duke - 1,076 assists  6. Aaron Miles, Kansas - 954 assists  7. Tony Miller, Marquette - 956 assists  8. Steve Blake, Maryland - 972 assists  9. Ed Cota, N. Carolina - 1,030 assists  10. Doug Gottlieb, ND/Okla St. - 947 assists  
#9 | 1131 days ago

 assists are only 1 dimension of a great point guard. scoring, defense and whether or not he makes the other 4 players on the floor better. assist/turnover ratio is another great indicator.  good list but not the top 10 pg's of all time.  ever heard of jerry west or oscar robertson?
#10 | 1111 days ago

I don't agree with this list as it's constituted.  How anyone can label Doug Gottlieb as an ALL TIME GREAT and leave off some of the absolutely great college players, that went on to stardom in the NBA is beyond me.
1. Bobby Hurley, Duke - 1,076 assists  2. Chris Corchiani, N.C. State - 1,038 assists  3. Ed Cota, N. Carolina - 1,030 assists  4. Steve Blake, Maryland - 972 assists  5. Sherman Douglas, Syracuse - 960 assists  6. Greg Anthony, Portland/UNLV - 950 assists  7. Keith Jennings, E. Tenn. St. - 983 assists  8. Tony Miller, Marquette - 956 assists  9. Aaron Miles, Kansas - 954 assists  10. Doug Gottlieb, ND/Okla St. - 947 assists  

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