I understand. Making up stuff from time to time, instead of using facts, is more fun and easier. People have pretty much ripped on the OP in this thread, and deservingly so. But I saw another that irked me. The implication that Nash is a better shooter than Stockton. For his CAREER, Stockton averaged 51.5% from the field. Career. Above 50%. For a Guard. Let that sink in for a minute. Or 5. He shot 38.4% from behind the arc. Not great; but definetly not a slouch. Nash, OTOH, shoots 47.7% from the field and 42.1% from behind the arc. If you take out 3 Point Field Goals (Attempts and Made), Nash's adjusted FG% is 50% in his career. If you take out 3 Point Field Goals (Attempts and Made), Stockton's adjusted FG% is 54% in his career. Stockton was a better, more efficient shooter. Nash has more range.