There's too many different styles of PGs to label one "state of the art"; the good ones adapt to the players around them and the flow of each game. It's not a crime to take the offense in his own hands when the PG is "feeling it" and the defense he's facing is lacking...i.e. Deron Williams going for 42 a couple weeks ago on 9 treys in a half; he's an 18/8/3 guy and that's as as good a balance as you can ask for.
"When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life"...Samuel Johnson 1777
"When a man is tired of Federer, he is tired of tennis"...stringertom 2014