I wanted to dedicated this thread to one of the great, underrated careers in the history of the NBA. In addition to being the all-time leading assist man, a great clutch shooter, and a hard-nosed defender, John Stockton was a great family man, and asset to the community. The guy kept his mouth shut, and let his play do his talking. His humility and professionalism is something that everyone should admire. As time goes by, and past legends come up in discussion, John Stockton's name is never mentioned. I think that's a shame. There will never be another player like him. During the course of his nearly 20-year career, he remained the same type of player, as he hung on to his prime longer than most players could ever even imagine. Even in his very last seasons, he was still a top flight PG. He retired with grace and with the same organization in which he began his career with. They never won a championship, but that shouldn't tarnish his career in any sort of way. 3 CHEERS TO JOHN STOCKTON!!!!!