No, there is no position called the point forward. The point forward is just a forward, either power or small forward, that has the abilities to handle the ball and run the team just like a point guard.
It isn't really a formal position, it's more of an expression. A point forward describes a player who is capable of running the offense like a point guard but who generally forward. Point Forwards are often too tall and perhaps not as quick to play the role of a traditional point guard, but have ball handling and passing skills that allow them to set up plays. Tony Kukoc is an example, as was Mike Dunleavy when he played for Duke.
Point Guard Shooting Guard Small forward Power Forward Center
Point Guard, Shooting Guard, Small Forward, Power Forward, Center
point guard, shooting guard, small forward, power forward, center.
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Point guard, Shooting Guard, Small Forward.
Some position are point guard, guard, post, and forward. There are also things like low forward and things like that but those are the main ones.
Center. The other starting positions are: (1) Point Guard; (2) Shooting Guard; (3) Small Forward; and (4) Power Forward.
The 5 positions in basketball are, Point Guard, Shooting Guard, Center, Small Forward, and Power Forward.
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5 on each team. PG= Point Guard, SG= Shooting Guard, C= Center, SF= Small Forward, PF= Power Forward
Point guard Shooting guard Centre Forward Power forward