No, but he will be in the top two in about two years (if not next year). Chris Paul and Russell Westbrook are definitevely better right now. But he's at the top of the conversation amongst Rose, Parker, Rondo, Curry, etc.
In civilian confrontations with cops, only one person has been professionally trained. Whether dealing with criminals, folks with tempers, or the mentally ill, shouldn't the trained officer be held to a higher standard of "I feared for my life?" If not, what's the point of them having to complete a training to walk around with a firearm?