Top 30 NBA point guards — 24. Spencer Dinwiddie, Mavericks
Spencer Dinwiddie acclimated well to his sixth man role in Dallas after his disastrous half-season with Washington. Dinwiddie is a confident pull-up shooter and downhill driver, with starting-caliber talent and a natural comfort leading second units. He fizzled out somewhat in the playoffs, but still managed a couple clutch performances and was overwhelmingly solid in his regular season stint with the Mavs. Another offseason to get back from his ACL tear should mean Dinwiddie is in even better shape come 2022-23.
Top 30 NBA point guards — 23. Reggie Jackson, Clippers
Reggie Jackson has found a home with the Clippers. He doesn’t deliver the most efficient results, but LA has been saved time and time again by Jackson’s affinity for big moments. The guy always seems to deliver when the moment requires it, and his on-court leadership proved critical last season as LA weathered the absences of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George.
Top 30 NBA point guards — 22. Mike Conley, Jazz
Age is really catching up to Mike Conley. His minutes load was down last season and he basically disappeared in the playoffs. With significant roster overhaul virtually guaranteed at this point, Conley’s future could be a little murky. That said, he’s still wildly efficient with years of basketball knowledge stored up and plenty of veteran savvy.