The NBA sent out a survey to all of the Team General Managers, asking some pretty interesting questions. Obviously the Lakers & Lebron were at the top of most lists, but the Jazz were very well represented. Below is an excerpt from the survey article as well as some interesting results.

“This was perhaps the craziest off-season in NBA history, one that shook up the league’s landscape and never seemed to end. Even as training camps opened, the NBA’s general managers were keeping busy. But they did find time to fill out’s ninth annual GM Survey.”

Which player is the best pure shooter?
1. Ray Allen, Boston 53.6%
1. Kyle Korver, Chicago 21.4%
3. Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City 14.3%

Which team has the best home-court advantage?
1. Utah 46.4%
2. L.A. Lakers 21.4%
3. Oklahoma City 7.1%
Also receiving votes:
Boston, Dallas, Denver, Golden State, Miami, Portland, San Antonio
Last year: Cleveland 37.9%
Who is the best point guard in the NBA?
1. Deron Williams, Utah 50.0%
2. Chris Paul, New Orleans 35.7%
3. Steve Nash, Phoenix 10.7%
4. Chauncey Billups, Denver 3.6%
Last year: Chris Paul 77.8%
Who is the best assistant coach in the NBA?
1. Phil Johnson, Utah 23.1%
2. Tyrone Corbin, Utah 15.4%
3. Ron Adams, Chicago 11.5%
3. Mike Budenholzer, San Antonio 11.5%
3. Dwane Casey, Dallas 11.5%
Which head coach runs the best offense?
1. Jerry Sloan, Utah 35.7%
2. Phil Jackson, L.A. Lakers 17.9%
3. Rick Adelman, Houston 14.3%
4. Alvin Gentry, Phoenix 7.1%
4. Gregg Popovich, San Antonio 7.1%
4. Stan Van Gundy, Orlando 7.1%
Who is the best head coach in the NBA?
1. Phil Jackson, L.A. Lakers 39.3%
2. Jerry Sloan, Utah 25.0%
3. Gregg Popovich, San Antonio 21.4%
4. Larry Brown, Charlotte 7.1%
What was the most underrated player acquisition?
1. Al Jefferson, Utah 21.4%
2. Steve Blake, L.A. Lakers 14.3%
3. Darren Collison, Indiana 10.7%
4. Carlos Boozer, Chicago 7.1%
4. Mike Miller, Miami 7.1%
4. Anthony Randolph, New York 7.1%
What was the most surprising move of the offseason?
1. LeBron James going to Miami 67.3%
2. Wesley Matthews’ contract with Portland 11.5%