At this stage, he's winding down Year 12 and about to make his ninth All-NBA team, this is after looking done at the end of last year... Typically, not in order just alphabetically, this is the general consensus on Top 10 points: Bob Cousy, Steph Curry, Jason Kidd, Magic Johnson, Steve Nash, Gary Payton, Chris Paul, Oscar Robertson, John Stockton, Isiah Thomas.... Where does Westbrook fit in this group? Full disclosure, I'm a Stan, but an objective one. 12 years in, I think once great players cross a decade in it's appropriate to start having legacy conversation. He's a difficult placement in my opinion because his game is markedly different from most of the All-Time points... I saw about the last 8 years of GP's career, I won't speak too much on him because I didn't see quite half of his career and don't believe I saw him at his very peak. My general impression is he was really good but I never thought he was extraordinary... I saw the entire careers, or close to, of Curry, Kidd, Nash, and CP3, so I'm completely comfortable speaking on all of them. Kidd is one of the more overrated players I can think of, Russ is definitely better than him... So off the rip Russ is one of the four greatest points I've ever seen, which should probably be enough to make him Top 10 All-Time. His impact and resume won't catch Steph, so I'm cool with that. I think he's in the same bucket with CP3 and Nash, thin margin separating those three guys, I can buy an argument for any one of those three. For all the guys I didn't see, how high up would you place Russ, and if he isn't Top 10 yet, what does he have to do to get into that club?