For our next question, we ask which defender gives you the most fits when you have to match up against them? Here are the candidates: Dwight Howard, C, Orlando Magic - Averaging 1.4 blocks and 1 steal per game, which are below his normal standards, but this is Dwight so he gets on this list. Josh Smith, SF/PF, Portland Trailblazers - Averaging 1.6 steals and 1.7 blocks, he has keyed a turnaround in the Rose City since the trade committee let BBJ rape.....er.....trade with the Hawks for his services. Tyrus Thomas, PF/C, Golden St Warriors - Leading the league in blocks per game with 2.2, his presence has been especially felt in user games and he has changed the culture in the Bay Area. Chris Paul, PG, LA Clippers - Leading the league in steals with a ridiculous 5.3 per game (if you can believe it that is nearly 1 more than he gets assists per game!). I don't know how much CP3's hyper-aggressive stealing mentality helps the overall team defense, but he is taking away the ball at a record pace. John Wall, PG, Washington Wizards - 2nd in the league in steals with 3.8 per game, which would set an NBA record if not for CP3's season thus far. I'd like everyone to vote on someone other than your own guy, and it would be great if you could each post some thoughts on why you picked the guy you did.