Monday , Dec , 14 , 2009 Oly Sandor

Best PG poster-job: Ricky Davis over Steve Nash or Corey Brewer over Derek Fisher

For years, Ricky Davis’ knee-to-head dunk on Steve Nash set the standard for point guards getting ‘poster-jobbed’. During his run with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Davis looked off teammate Milt Palacio on a two-on-one and then hurdled Nash – who was at the time a Dallas Maverick – as part of a memorable one-handed jam. ‘I-get-buckets’ now has competition. Stiff competition, in fact …

Best PG poster-job: Ricky Davis over Steve Nash or Corey Brewer over Derek FisherThe bar may have been raised.

For years, Ricky Davis’ knee-to-head dunk on Steve Nash set the standard for point guards getting ‘poster-jobbed’. During his run with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Davis looked off teammate Milt Palacio on a two-on-one and then hurdled Nash – who was at the time a Dallas Maverick – as part of a memorable one-handed jam.

‘I-get-buckets’ now has competition. Stiff competition, in fact.

On Saturday, Minnesota Timberwolves guard Corey Brewer remixed Davis’ point guard poster-job, with his own knee-to-head creation on Los Angeles Lakers table-setter Derek Fisher. Brewer kept the ball on a three-on-one and left celebrity filled Staples Center star-struck when he dunked on the wily veteran.

So, what do you think is the best point guard poster-job: Davis over Nash or Brewer over Fisher? Watch both clips and get at us in the comment box below with your thoughts.

(Point guard poster job#1: "I think he (Davis) jumped over Steve Nash".)


(Point guard poster job#2: Brewer over Fisher is so nasty the Lakers’ reserves have to comfort each other on the bench.)


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