Fair warning - there is a huge lecture coming from BBallTim about how much better Rajon Rondo (especially PLAYOFF Rajon Rondo) is than Chris Paul. Whether it's true or not is irrelevant, the lecture is forthcoming. Likely pages and pages long.
Probably, and a laughable concept.
Chris Paul stands on his own as the best PG in the NBA, and the others (Rondo, Rose, Westbrook, Deron, etc) are all one step below.
Paul is the only PG in the league who can score like Westbrook, shoot like Steve Nash, pass like Rajon Rondo, defend like Deron, improve others like Jason Kidd with the consistency of Tim Duncan. To add to that he is a solid rebounder at the PG position and one of the best ballhandlers of the last two decades (his turnover rate is consistently elite).
He is possibly the most complete overall player in the league (only competition being Lebron) and does not have a single flaw in his game.
The only single flaw with Chris Paul is that he has had his share of injuries, but when healthy is is absolutely undisputed as the best PG in the league.