Best PG's in Jazz history

Batman

Well-Known Member
I'll start
1- John Stockton
2-Pete Maravich
3-Deron Williams
4-Ricky Green
5-Carlos Arroyo
6- Howard Eisley
7- Devin Harris
8- Mo Williams
9- Raul Lopez
10- Earl Watson
11- Keith Macleod
12- Milt Palacio
13- Trey Burke
14- Dante Exum
15-John Crotty
16- Rusty Larue
17- Bryce Cotton
18- Blake Ahern

Anyone I'm forgetting about?
 

Batman

Well-Known Member
Haha I'm gonna get killed for having Arroyo at 5 but damn that season where he started and we won 41 games and people said we would only win 7 or 8: that was a great year.
 

Stifle Tower

Punch Bowl Re-Filler
Haha I'm gonna get killed for having Arroyo at 5 but damn that season where he started and we won 41 games and people said we would only win 7 or 8: that was a great year.
Well, if that's the criteria, then you better bump Maravich down quite a few spots; Jazz were horrible when he played for them. :rolleyes:
And yes, you forgot Jason Hart.
 

Stifle Tower

Punch Bowl Re-Filler
Jamaal Tinsley? And let's not forget John Lucas III.

On second thought...I'm sorry for mentioning Lucas and Hart. We should all try to forget!
 

Stifle Tower

Punch Bowl Re-Filler
Sundiata Gaines
Dee Brown
Derek Fisher (as much as it pains me, probably have to put him ahead of Mark Jackson)
Brevin Knight
RONNIE PRICE!
Jacques Vaughn
Delaney Rudd
 

White Chocolate

Respect All, Fear None
Contributor
Jason Hart lol, that was bad run of back-up guards.. Him and Brevin Knight were horrible.

I still have the Dee Brown Illinois jersey I bought after the Jazz drafted him.
 

akirac73

Well-Known Member
Holy hell...Rusty Larue, Blake Ahearn? Did you just list these names because it's the only PG's you recall playing for the Jazz?
 

nightmare3983

First BF League CHAMP
Contributor
Speaking of Eric Murdock, one of the guys he was traded for, Jay Humphries, played some PG and SG throughout his career. I honestly can't remember how much he played PG with the Jazz.
 

Jaymz

Well-Known Member
I'll start
1- John Stockton
2-Pete Maravich
3-Deron Williams
4-Ricky Green
5-Carlos Arroyo
6- Howard Eisley
7- Devin Harris
8- Mo Williams
9- Raul Lopez
10- Earl Watson
11- Keith Macleod
12- Milt Palacio
13- Trey Burke
14- Dante Exum
15-John Crotty
16- Rusty Larue
17- Bryce Cotton
18- Blake Ahern

Anyone I'm forgetting about?
Diante Garrett, I actually liked him a lot.. I'd put him around 7-9
 

LogGrad98

Well-Known Member
Contributor
D-will is the 3rd best player in jazz history.
EHH...wrong answer but thanks for playing. Don't let a short memory lead you wrong. He was flashy and fun and brought us some success and hope. He might crack the top 5 of best Jazz players, but only just.
 
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