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NBA Power Rankings: Every Team's Starting Point Guard for the 2023-2024 Season

In today’s list, I’ll be ranking the starting point guards of each NBA team for the 2023-2024 season. This ranking is based on each player’s individual talent as well as their fit on their respective teams. 

Keep in mind that some teams have multiple point guards on their roster. I will be using the official positions listed on ESPN’s depth charts to determine which player will be labeled as a point guard.

With that being said, let’s get straight into the list. There is a lot of talent that needs to be covered!

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The Bottom Third (21-30)

30. Tre Jones - San Antonio Spurs

At the bottom of the list is the third-year point guard for the Spurs. However, don’t expect him to stay here for long. He showed drastic improvement last year, especially in his passing. With the introduction of generational prospect Victor Wembanyama onto the team, Jones could be a part of an interesting duo for years to come.

29. Tyus Jones - Washington Wizards

Tyus Jones, despite his ranking, is among the most efficient passers on this list. Last year, he was second in the entire league in assist-to-turnover ratio with 5.4. Having spent his last four years in the shadow of Ja Morant, securing a starting spot as a Wizard could be the opportunity Jones needs to display his true value.

28. Dennis Schroder - Toronto Raptors

Schroder was a crucial part of the Lakers’ success this past season. His value doesn’t come from the stats he puts up but from his hustle, clutch plays, and veteran experience. As the point guard for the Raptors, he can be a solid floor general for a team that has strong players at each position. 

27. Alex Caruso - Chicago Bulls

It feels wrong to have Alex Caruso this low on the list. He has a talent for forcing turnovers and loves hustling for the ball, which earned him an All-Defensive First Team spot this past year. However, while his impact on the defensive end alone makes him an essential piece of the Bulls team, his limited offensive contribution prevents him from moving any higher in this ranking, 

26. Markelle Fultz - Orlando Magic

After a disappointing few years that had fans calling him a bust, Fultz revived his career last season, averaging over 14 PTS on 51 FG%. His 3-point shot still has some work to do, but his ability to get to the rim has made him a threat on offense. If he continues to build upon his progress, he can become a valuable asset for the Magic.

25. Mike Conley - Minnesota Timberwolves

Conley is a seasoned veteran who can do a little bit of everything. He is a decent scorer, can dish the ball, and defends well. If he can start building chemistry with the big-man duo in Rudy Gobert and Karl Anthony-Towns next season, he can be a great two-way player for the Timberwolves.

24. Collin Sexton - Utah Jazz

Sexton seemed like he was the next rising star after averaging 24.3 PTS in just his third year, but after a meniscus tear and a trade to the Utah Jazz, he has been struggling to regain his footing. However, with Mike Conley gone, Sexton has the opportunity to display the tenacity and scoring ability we saw before his injury.

23. Chris Paul- Golden State Warriors

There’s no denying that Chris Paul is one of the all-time great point guards, which is why it hurts to put him so low on this list. However, because of his age and questionable fit with the Warriors, it’s hard to imagine him having a successful 2023-2024 season. It’ll certainly be interesting to see how the Warriors incorporate his stellar playmaking into their play. 

22. Derrick White - Boston Celtics

While his stats may not say much about him, White made some memorable and critical plays for the Celtics deep in their playoff run, including a last-second putback in Game 6 against the Miami Heat to keep their title hopes alive. It’s expected that White will play a similar role as the Celtics hope to win it all this year.

21. Spencer Dinwiddie - Brooklyn Nets

After being traded to the Nets last season, Dinwiddie seemed to struggle with his shot, making only 28.9% of his threes. However, his passing numbers skyrocketed, as he averaged 9.1 AST with his new squad. Once he finds his shot and becomes the scorer he has already proven to be, he can make an even greater impact for the Nets.


The Middle of the Pack (11-20)

20. Russell Westbrook - Los Angeles Clippers

Another all-time great that feels wrong to place this low. Although he had some incredible games during the offseason last year with Paul George and Kawhi Leonard sitting out, his regular season stats make it difficult to justify putting him any higher. Hopefully, he can build some chemistry with his co-stars this season and make a serious push in the playoffs.

19. D’Angelo Russell - Los Angeles Lakers

It’s not an understatement to say that the Lakers’ trade for D’Lo last year was a huge turning point for their season. The point guard is a perfect fit for their system; not only can he create buckets late in the game, but he can also run the pick-and-roll beautifully with Anthony Davis. He’s looking to run it back this year and give the Lakers their next championship.

18. Fred VanVleet - Houston Rockets

VanVleet has put up some great scoring numbers in the past three years, although quite inefficiently. Now that he’s left behind Pascal Siakam and the Raptors, he’s the number one scoring option on the developing Rockets team, giving him full reign of their offense. Expect him to elevate his scoring to another level this year.

17. Cade Cunningham - Detroit Pistons

After a great rookie season, Cunningham’s hopes to build on his success were cut short last season with a left shin injury. However, he seems fully prepared to bounce back this season, especially after he led the USA Select Team to a victory against Team USA for the FIBA 2023 World Cup. It’ll be exciting to see if the 2021 number 1 pick can make big strides in his development next year.

16. CJ McCollum - New Orleans Pelicans

Entering his 12th year, McCollum has proven to be a consistent and productive scorer, and that hasn’t changed after being traded to the Pelicans in 2022. He was able to lead his team alongside Brandon Ingram to the play-ins last year, but without young star Zion Williamson, it’ll be difficult for the Pelicans to pose a serious threat to championship contenders.

15. Tyler Herro - Miami Heat

Herro has been living up to the potential that fans saw in him during the Heat’s Final series against the Lakers in 2020. Over the last two seasons, he has averaged over 20 PTS, which makes it a shame that he missed most of the Heat’s postseason last year due to injury. If he remains healthy, he can give his squad another great chance at the Finals next year.

14. Tyrese Haliburton - Indiana Pacers

Averaging a 20/10 double-double in just his third season shows just how good Tyrese Haliburton already is. Although he’s rough around the edges and can improve his defense, his potential is evident. Having signed a 5-year maximum contract last year with the Pacers, he will certainly be the team’s focal point for the foreseeable future.

13. Jalen Brunson - New York Knicks

Being traded to the Knicks has allowed Brunson to blossom as a player. We already saw great moments from him when he was with Luka Doncic, but now that he’s the primary point guard for his team, he can really let his old-school playstyle shine. Don’t be surprised if he is in serious contention for his first All-Star selection this year.

12. Darius Garland - Cleveland Cavaliers

Garland has proven to be arguably the most offensively skilled player in his entire draft class. With a combination of shiftiness, sharp dribbling, and stellar shooting, he is helping to lead his team to the top of the Eastern Conference. If the young Cavaliers squad can stay together, they can be a serious title contender in a couple of years.

11. LaMelo Ball - Charlotte Hornets

In just his third season, Ball is already one of the best point guards in the league. His craftiness and playmaking ability allow him to control the pace of the game at such a high level. If he stays healthy and continues to develop, he can easily become a top 5 point guard in years to come.


The Cream of the Crop (1-10)

10. De’Aaron Fox - Sacramento Kings

When Kings fans doubted the organization’s decision to let go of Haliburton, Fox had to let them know that he was the right guy for the team. With the help of Domantas Sabonis, Fox led the Kings to their first playoff spot in 16 years; not only that, but they ended the season as the third seed. Expectations are high for the lightning-quick point guard this year, but there’s no doubt he can rise to the challenge. 

9. Jrue Holiday - Milwaukee Bucks

It seems like people just don’t talk about Jrue Holiday enough. If averaging 19.3 PTS and 7.4 AST last year wasn’t good enough, Holiday also made the All-Defensive First Team, making him the best two-way player on this list. He is expected to maintain his stellar production as the Bucks look to make their second NBA Finals appearance in the past 4 years.

8. Bradley Beal - Phoenix Suns

Another guard that’s frequently slept on, but Beal can get buckets just as well as any other guard above him on this list. His ability to score at all levels means there’s no weakness in his game. By pairing him with offensive powerhouses in Devin Booker and Kevin Durant, the Suns are going to be a scary matchup for other teams this season.

7. Jamal Murray - Denver Nuggets

After suffering a scary ACL tear that forced him to miss the entire 2021-2022 season, Murray somehow bounced back as if he had never left. He made his presence known throughout the postseason, as he made some clutch shots to help the Nuggets secure an NBA championship. With most of the core players returning to the lineup, Murray, alongside Nikola Jokic, hopes to lead the Nuggets to back-to-back titles.

6. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander - Oklahoma City Thunder

SGA made an incredible leap last year. While he was already averaging 24.5 PTS in the 2021-2022 season, he was somehow able to increase his scoring average by almost 7 PTS and earn himself his first All-Star selection. He may need a couple more years to prove if he can maintain this level of play, but there is no doubt that he is OKC’s key to success in upcoming years.

5. Trae Young - Atlanta Hawks

Despite averaging a 26/10 double-double last season, Young still isn’t receiving the respect he deserves. Perhaps it’s because of his inefficiency while shooting a high volume of threes, but that does not deny the fact that he is putting up insane numbers that only a handful of players can achieve. He will certainly be the centerpiece for the Hawks’ success in the near future.

4. James Harden - Philadelphia 76ers

Given his recent disputes with the 76ers organization, his fit with the team this season is certainly questionable. However, his greatness cannot be denied. Despite taking on a more facilitative role in Philadelphia, he still has averaged a 20/10 double-double for the past 5 seasons, and that shouldn’t change next year regardless of where he plays.

3. Ja Morant - Memphis Grizzlies

Although he will be missing a big portion of next season, Morant is still undeniably one of the top point guards in the league. He has already led the Grizzlies to the playoffs three years in a row with his explosive, and almost reckless, playstyle. If he continues to develop alongside the young core around him, the Grizzlies will certainly find playoff success soon.

2. Damian Lillard - Portland Trail Blazers

In terms of pure ability, Lillard deserves to be in the conversation as one of the best in the league. His combination of quickness, finesse, and three-point shooting make him almost unguardable. With a player of his caliber, we can only hope that he finds or builds a winning culture around him soon to earn him the ring he deserves. 

1. Luka Doncic - Dallas Mavericks

Doncic, despite being just 24 years old, is putting historical numbers on the same level as LeBron James and Michael Jordan. He may not be as quick and athletic as his fellow guards, but his ability to control the game at his own pace has allowed him to already find so much success in the lead. If he can get the right pieces around him, there is no doubt Doncic can lead his team to a championship.

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