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The Prospect Pyramid: Ridiculous Upside's NBA D-League Point Guard Rankings (12/23/14 Update)

RidiculousUpside.com's Prospect Pyramid returns with its next look at the point guard position for the 2014-15 season.

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For the second consecutive season, RidiculousUpside.com returns with its Prospect Pyramid.

The comprehensive rankings system is broken down by position, highlighting the top seven players at each one. Week in and week out, the RU staff will provide its readers and basketball fans alike with a look at which prospects are closer, or at least, deservedly so, to a call-up than others, and why.

Many of the more talented big men playing pro hoops right now have already ascended to The Association, which results in the D-League being quite the guard-heavy league. There are plenty of intriguing young guns to choose from at the one position, but this week, a handful of familiar faces manage to stick and place themselves on the Pyramid once again.

With the Westchester Knicks struggling, Langston Galloway slips and falls through the cracks this week, giving way to former NBADL Performer of the Week Tim Frazier of the 11-2 Maine Red Claws to make his debut.

For more, see below.

1) Seth Curry, Erie BayHawks

2) Peyton Siva, Erie BayHawks

3) Bryce Cotton, Austin Spurs

4) Tim Frazier, Maine Red Claws

5) Gary TaltonFort Wayne Mad Ants

6) Lorenzo BrownDelaware 87ers

7) Aaron CraftSanta Cruz Warriors