I think that there aren't many pure pgs in the league and that although they contribute in a huge way to their teams they aren't necessary to win a championship. Tony Parker is definately more of a scorer than a pure pg and the same can be said about Chauncy Billups. I think that what a team needs in a pg to win a championship is a pg who knows how to get the easiest shot for his team. This definately doesn't rule out a point guard who can score easy buckets. Its just that a point guard has to know which shots to take and which passes to make. In the past few games Steph has definately been a great pg. True, he hasn't been a pure pg but he has judged which shots he has to take and which shots he has to pass up. Field Goal% can say a surprising amount about a pg. TParker shoots over 50%, so does Nash. Thats why i think people should really consider point guard more as good decision makers than extremely unselfish players.