In today’s day and age, tenuous play from the point guard position is likely to get you nowhere. Currently, with Reggie Jackson at the helm, the LA Clippers have a solid scoring point guard with the ability to make his teammates better at times.
Unsurprisingly, the Clippers have seldom had a steady hand as their floor general. While we don’t expect Jackson to make any All-Star squads, his contributions shouldn’t be summarily ignored.
Presently, as we peek through every player that’s suited up for the Clippers franchise, Jackson sticks out as one of their more talented playmakers from the point guard position. But will he ultimately fight his way toward the top of said list and eventually be viewed as the best PG in franchise history? Doubtful.
Having been in existence since 1970, the Clippers have only had a handful of point guards who were truly amongst the game’s best during their run. One of the more notable names, of course, is Chris Paul. But was Paul’s six years in a Clipper uniform enough to rank him as the greatest point guard in Clipper history? Let’s find out.