4. Derrick Rose
Earlier this season against Atlanta, Jeff Teague was hit with it. It was so fast, and so clean, Rose basically picked him up and planted his roots in the dirt. The ATL point wasn’t moving. Like a tiny tidal wave coming straight around him, Teague either had to let it go or risk getting in the way and getting toppled. Rose doesn’t have the most asthetically pleasing crossover. He doesn’t sway like Crawford, doesn’t head fake like Deron Williams and doesn’t bounce on the turn like Wade. But he might be the most athletic point ever, and it shows in the way he changes directions.