I have a friend of mine who is a HUGE Utah Jazz fan. We just had a spirited discussion on John Stockton's place in history versus Zeke's. Of course we got in a heated debate about Isiah's snub from Dream Team I and the offensive outburst Johnny Boy got as a result of the snub. Anyway, I was curious to know what the folks in my Pistons Forum think about Isiah Thomas's place in history. Where do you rate him amongst the greatest point guards of all-time. Is he in your top 5? Here's my top 5: 1)Magic - The Championsips, The Smile, The versatilty, The Passes, will there ever be anyone better? 2)Oscar Robertson - Lord of the Triple Double, complete all-around player 3)Zeke - He beat perhaps 2 of the toughest teams in the history of Sports (Celtics and Lakers). Excellent ball handler, sprited leader, clutch shooter, and offensive magician. 4)Stockton - How can you argue with the numbers? Career leader in steals, blocks, and one of the most dependable/inury free players in the history of the NBA 5)J-Kidd - I think at the end of his career we will consider him one of the top 5 point guards to ever play. I really wanted to pick Pistol Pete Marovich because of the innovation he brought to the league, but I think this pick makes alot more sense. When heatlhy, Kidd can take over the game in so many different ways. His involvement on the floor makes any team instantly competitive. I'm sure there are many other picks that others may include like: Jerry West, Walt Fraizer, Dennis Johnson, etc... but these are the guys I like. What is everyone else's thoughts?