Leadership (A): Five NBA championships; 240 postseason games; 1,206 career games; 15 postseasons in 17 seasons; played all 82 regular-season games nine times; president of the NBPA.
Shooting (B): Granted, the man goes through some dry spells, but when his rainmaker is on-target, is there anything more demoralizing for an opponent than not being able to stop a 38-year-old man?
Poise (B): Got to be honest, his poise slipped a bit this year with some shockingly poor decisions, like the intercepted inbound pass in the closing seconds of Game 4 at Memphis. But he is still incredibly wise.
Defense (B): His defense is much better than people realize. Yes, one-on-one, he'll often get toasted. But his positioning, intelligence and physicality are undeniable strengths and make him a solid team defender.
Ball-handling (C): In his career, Fisher has an assist/turnover ratio of 2.59, which is outstanding for a point guard. However, it's been 1.57 in his two seasons with OKC and was just 1.0 this postseason.