I truly believe a player, especially a guard, can separate himself from other players with his passing ability. Passing is an unselfish skill. Yes, you get the assist sometimes, but rarely do you make Sportscenter or the highlight reel. Instead you help a teammate and your team make a positive play that impacts winning. I love the rule in hockey that allows for two players to get an assist. Sometimes the pass before the assist is the most important because it sets up the scoring play. Being a good passer who can get the ball to a teammate at the right place at the right time is a talent every successful team must have. Great passing teams almost always have good chemistry because they are constantly helping each other be successful on offense. Don't get me wrong, I like a good one on one move as much as the next person, but there is something beautiful about passing. I'll take a perfectly executed give and go over an ankle-breaking crossover any day.