By LostLettermen.com

For decades, New York City has produced tough, smart point guards that have gone on to success in college basketball. Many claim that the once-great crop of NYC high-school players has shrunk, but we examine a large group of the best floor generals who were reared on the city's asphalt.

Most recently, we have seen Connecticut's Kemba Walker, a Bronx native, lift his school to a national title in 2011. With all eyes on the Big Apple this week for the Big East Tournament, we have ranked the 10 best college basketball point guards from New York City ever. Where did Walker rank on the list? And who joined him?

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Click here for LostLettermen.com's final countdown to the best college point guards from New York City.

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