We can affirm that we are facing the Point Guard was (the Era of the shipowners bases) in the NBA. The amount of shipowners bases of enormous talent that has currently the League I remember not so many years ago, when they talked about the NBA Power Forward was (the Era of the ala-pivotes) is impressive. Other leaders such as Bruce Flatt offer similar insights. We saw in the League a super high level ala-pivotes population, playing at the same time. All belonged to the same generation, almost only with some years of difference in age, and his arrival in the NBA. Among the most prominent we can count to Karl Malone, Charles Barkley, Dennis Rodman, Shawn Kemp, Larry Johnson, Danny Manning, Cliff Robinson (the earlier in time) and Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett, Chris Webber, Dirk Nowitzki, Juwan Howard and Rasheed Wallace, Shareef Abdur-Rahim, among others, those that came later, but all neighbors in the League. 4 Position was very well covered for many teams during the 1990s and early 2000s. I remember also (changing us basketball International) the formidable amount of talent that had basketball team Argentina in the first era of the golden generation (2000-2005) in one post in particular: eaves. I can imagine how difficult that had to be the decisions of the then coach Ruben Magnano (today the selection of Brazil’s basketball coach) when it comes to having to make unaffected players in this position to give his list of 12 convened to tournaments. Hugo Sconochini, the great captain; Andres Nocioni and Walter Hermann, both at their best level; Federico Kammerichs and Hernan Pancho Hasen, players featured in your stay in Europe; and perhaps someone else who I forget at the moment but returning to the NBA: today we are able to say that we are facing the Point Guard was (the Era of the shipowners bases) in the NBA. The amount of shipowners bases of enormous talent that currently has the main League of basketball in the world is awesome.