"Teams that are looking for an upgrade at the point guard position will likely have to turn to the draft or try to make a trade. That's because this pool of available point guards leaves a lot to be desired and there isn't a stud in the bunch, especially compared to next year when floor generals such as Chris Paul, Deron Williams and Steve Nash could all be on the market. Rodney Stuckey is the best point guard available and at 25 years old, he still has some upside. However, he's a restricted free agent and recent reports have indicated that the Detroit Pistons will re-sign him. Aaron Brooks will also garner interest from teams, but like Stuckey, he's restricted and the Suns may lock him up to secure their replacement for Nash. T.J. Ford's contract has scared a lot of teams off in recent years, but he'll have some suitors as an unrestricted free agent along with veterans such as Willie Green, Earl Watson and Earl Boykins. Several young options include Mario Chalmers, Ronnie Price and Jose Barea. After that, there aren't many notable players which is why teams may want to hold off until next summer to sign a point guard."