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The Prospect Pyramid: Ridiculous Upside's NBA D-League Point Guard Rankings (2/26 Update)

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RidiculousUpside.com recently unveiled our new NBA D-League player positional rankings, also known as "The Prospect Pyramid." Take a look below for the latest update on where each of the up and coming floor generals of the league sit.

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RidiculousUpside.com recently unveiled our new NBA D-League player positional rankings, also known as "The Prospect Pyramid."

After the New Orleans Pelicans opted not to trade his NBA Draft rights to another team in The Association that wanted to sign him, Pierre Jackson shocked the D-League world and took his talents to Turkey. As expected, such a departure created a ripple effect in our Pyramid. Thus, there was plenty of movement throughout the ranks thereafter.

Without further adieu, here's how the point guards stack up after week seven.

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1) Seth Curry, Santa Cruz Warriors:

2013-14 Stats: 19.5 points (43% from the field, 34% from deep), 6.3 assists, 3.2 rebounds, and 1.3 steals

2) Dee Bost, Idaho Stampede

2013-14 Stats: 16.5 points (38% from the field, 30% from deep), 6.3 rebounds, 8.8 assists, and 1.9 steals

3) Ron Howard, Fort Wayne Mad Ants

2013-14 Stats: 21.4 points (47% from the field, 18% from deep), 4.1 assists, 4.1 rebounds, and 1.7 steals

4) Tre Kelley, Sioux Falls Skyforce:

2013-14 Stats: 17.5 points (46% from the field, 44% from deep), 4.8 assists, 2.9 rebounds, and 1.3 steals

5) Gary Talton, Rio Grande Valley Vipers

2013-14 Stats: 10.1 points (41% from the field, 35% from deep), 7.3 assists, 3.1 rebounds, and 1.0 steals

6) Jorge Gutierrez, Canton Charge

2013-14 Stats: 14.1 points (46% from the field, 41% from deep), 6.7 assists, 5.6 rebounds, and 1.2 steals

7) Mustafa Shakur, Tulsa 66ers

2013-14 Stats: 16.8 points (48% from the field, 37% from deep), 6.2 assists, 4.1 rebounds, and 1.8 steals