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Jennings got extra minutes in the third quarter and early in the fourth as starting point guard Eric Bledsoe went to the bench with four fouls.
Gottfried played point guard under Wimp Sanderson at Alabama from 1984-87, and was part of the Crimson Tide's 1987 NCAA tournament Sweet 16 team.
Avery Johnson, the Warriors’ starting point guard in 1993-94 and a backup for them in 2003-04 — his final NBA season — has a successful coaching career in progress.
Kings starting point guard De'Aaron Fox and starting center Willie Cauley-Stein will miss Friday's game against the Orlando Magic at Golden 1 Center with lower back strains.
There's also D'Asia Collins who played point guard in basketball.
Playing point guard under Bradbury is no easy task, let alone for a freshman.
Veterans Jonathon Simmons and Evan Fournier and rookie Wes Iwundu can play point guard in a pinch.
The Zips, playing without starting point guard Virshon Cotton (suspension), gained control late in the first half when Eric Parrish scored eight straight points, allowing Akron to take a 31-27 halftime lead.
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Definition of point guard for English Language Learners
basketball : a player who is one of the two guards on a team and is the one most responsible for leading the team when it has the ball and is trying to score
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