Chris Paul has held the title of best PG in the NBA for quite some time now. If it isn't his sweet jumper, deadly quickness, or savy moves on his way to the basket that convinces you then I don't know what will. Oh wait I'm lying...I do know something else, it's his numbers. Chris Paul had a great first season with the revitalized Los Angeles Clippers, in the regular season he averaged 19.8 ppg, 3.5 rebounds, and 9.1 assists. Out of all the other top 5 point guards on this list he had the lowest number of turnovers per game (2.1), which is key if you want to be hailed as an elite point guard in this game. Now he has had some post season woes, and has yet to be able to make a deep playoff run. Still his post season numbers almost mirror his regular season stats, which is a good thing. He now calls LA home, and he single handedly improved everyone on the Clipper roster. Look for CP3, and a tweaked "Lob City" roster to make some noise in the Western Conference come 2013.