Glimpse into the Future…

Last night was a GREAT night for the new wave of floor generals in the NBA, this class of playmakers might be the deepest and most talented in many years. Derek Rose showed why he is arguably the best point guard in the league by his performance last night, the home crowd even began to chant M-V-P!! Keep in mind we are only 2-3 games in this new season!! Rose rallied the Bulls last night at home against the Pistons, Rose’s line: 39 points(13-27 from the field),6 boards, 7 dimes, 2 pilfers(steals), and 2 blocks!! Brandon Jennings didn’t want to be left out in all of this playmakers of the future talk, Jennings recorded his first career triple double last night against the Bobcats! Jennings finished with 20 points, 10 boards, and 10 assists not to mention that his team also won. John Walls debut was overshadowed by the whipping the Magic gave the Wizards, Wall also didn’t have that great of a game. Fast forward to last night and the outcome was the same, the Wizards lost but Wall showed us all the talent that made him the number 1 overall pick. Wall scorched the Hawks for 28 points, 5 boards and 9 dimes…Wall took the game over for the Wizards and if it wasn’t for that pesky Joe Johnson the Wizards might have won. The Hawks won 99-95, last but not least Tyreke Evans of Sacramento. Tyreke Evans led his team to a victory over the Cavs last night, he didn’t shoot particularly well but he contributed in other areas. Evans finished with 21 points, 7 rebounds, 6 dimes, and a steal!! What makes Evans so special is he is 6’6, 220 pounds playing the point. Keep in mind all of the guys mentioned here are the younger crop, we aren’t even mentinoing the Rondos, Williamses, and Westbrooks of the league. Of this younger group of guards, who do you think will become the best in the NBA???

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