That's debatable, but I won't go there. You're kinda right about the PG's not winning a championship thing. They can't win by themselves whereas big men can. However surround a great PG with the proper players and then you're in business even if you don't necessarily have a really good tall guy.
Detroit in the 80s won with Thomas and Dumars as their best players. Yeah they had Lambier, but he wasn't even on the same level as Dumars let alone Thomas. Heck even the Bulls won without a really good big man, just a lot of ok ones and Rodman (who wasn't even tall).
In any case, those PGs are PGs you could build a team like that around. You can't really build around Ryan Anderson, he's not that type of player. He's a guy you would put with those PGs.
Honestly, Anderson is a good player. The other guys...I think they're better and that Anderson isn't really worth giving them up, even if they have 4 PGs on their roster. That's all I was saying. Not trashing Anderson by any means. If you can get one of those guys for Anderson I'd say you got a steal.
"That he will be released by the Clippers too. His basketball level is worse than an ex player the last 1 and a half year. Just like McGrady. Cause he was a good player doesn't mean he is still a good player."
I also never discredited Anderson...I called him good. I just said all those other players were better. :shrug:
But alright Mr. Points, assists, rebounds...
Your beloved Ryan Anderson had a PAR total of 24.7 (17.7 ppg, .9 apg, 7.7 apg)
Odom's last season with the Lakers (ie the season where he actually played) he had a PAR total o 26.1 (14.4 ppg, 3 apg, 8.7 rpg). No one really puts a lot of weight on this past season for Odom statistically. They know that the ability is still there. This isn't like a Steve Francis situation...
Well jeez if your definition of a MID LEVEL PG are Steph Curry (nearly 20 ppg with 6 assists and almost 2 steals), Tyreke Evans (capable of 20/5/5), John Wall (16 ppg 8 assists, nearly 2 steals), and Steve Nash (I don't even need to post stats here) then you need to reconsider your definition of mid level. Every single one of those players is better than Anderson and I'm pretty sure were all drafted ahead of him.
It's also possible that the last guy you mentioned (Jeremy Lin) would've won MIP if he hadn't gotten injured.
Besides, you weren't asking for mid level PGs, you were asking dang near star PGs for Anderson. I told you not to get your hopes up. A mid level PG would be a guy like Devin Harris...but you don't even seem to know who he is.