The NBA back court debate picked up traction last year because of then Cavaliers guard Dion Waiters and Wizards guard Bradley Beal. Having a good back court is a great formula to a championship, as we saw Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson perform great all year in the Warriors dominant season. If that doesn’t give away the best backcourt, I don’t know what will. But here are the five best back courts in today’s NBA.
#5 Goran Dragic & Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat
Goran Dragic and Dwyane Wade are a back-court duo that was formed mid-way through the 2014-2015 season. It was the first time in awhile that Dwyane Wade was able to get to play with a point guard like Dragic, and with half a season under their belt and training camps starting to come, it’s only going to get better for Dragic and Wade. The chemistry is already there, and the back court will prove to be better this year.