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Extractions: Below are the top 50 point guards from the 1994-95 season. John Stockton cruised to the top ranking. I've also included some stats from the season to give you an idea of how they ended up with their rating. Keep in mind these ratings are on a per-minute basis, so some players may be ranked very highly if they played well in a limited number of minutes:
Extractions: Below are the top 50 point guards from the 1999-2000 season. Gary Payton took the top honors just ahead of John Stockton. I've also included some stats from the season to give you an idea of how they ended up with their rating. Keep in mind these ratings are on a per-minute basis, so some players may be ranked very highly if they played well in a limited number of minutes:
Extractions: DENVER Greg Buckner drove baseline and scored on a reverse. He followed with another layup, then got another on the break. By the time he was done, the defensive specialist had a career night. How did it happen? "I don't know. I really don't know," Buckner said. No matter how Buckner did it, the Nuggets will take it. Buckner scored a career-high 28 points and Denver took over after the Dallas Mavericks' Dirk Nowitzki departed with a sprained left ankle in the Nuggets' 110-82 victory on Sunday night. Carmelo Anthony had another typical night with 21 points, but it was Buckner who made the difference. "I simply can't say enough about the effort of Buckner. He gave us such a lift," Nuggets coach Jeff Bzdelik said. "Just an unbelievable effort from a very hardworking young man." Advertisement Buckner did it against his former team, but that was the least of the Mavericks' worries.
Extractions: 2003-04 All-Conference First Team Second Team Third Team Chaz Carr, Boston U. Nick Billings, Binghamton Brandon Carter, Binghamton Jason Grochowalski, Boston U. Eric Dobson, Maine Ryan Butt, Boston U. Jose Juan Barea, Northeastern Mark Flavin, Maine Shaun Wynn, Boston U. Taylor Coppenrath, Vermont Kevin Reed, Maine Ryan Stys, Hartford T.J. Sorrentine, Vermont D.J. Munir, Stony Brook Javorie Wilson, Northeastern 2002-03 All-Conference First Team Second Team Third Team Anthony Green, Binghamton Jamar Wilson, Albany Ryan Butt, Boston U. Rashad Bell, Boston U. Nick Billings, Binghamton Jose Juan Barea, Northeastern Jerell Parker, Hartford Billy Collins, Boston U. Sylbrin Robinson, Northeastern Rickey White, Maine Justin Rowe, Maine Javorie Wilson, Northeastern Taylor Coppenrath, Vermont D.J. Munir, Stony Brook Grant Anderson, Vermont 2001-02 All-Conference First Team Second Team Third Team Chris Brown, New Hampshire Chaz Carr, Boston U.