Dennis Scott or Lee Humphrey
Guys, you are all wrong. The best three point NBA shooter is Kyle Korver, who has a 93% chance of making a three.
It would be Lebron James.
That depends how you want to compare them. By career percentage, Steve Kerr would win with a 45.4% career average three point percentage. By most 3 point baskets made in NBA history, that would be Ray Allen. The next three include Reggie Miller, Jason Kidd, and Peja Stojakovic. Most people conclude that Ray Allen is the best three point shooter in NBA history, however, simply because he has the most three point baskets and NBA history and because he always delivered in the clutch from 3-point land. The next would be Reggie Miller, followed by Peja Stojakovic.
Ray Allen is best shooter but Kobe Bryant is the most clutch shooter
Reggie Miller is the best shooter in NBA history. no the hell he not kobey is the best shooter in the nba there is no way in hell that Kobe is the best, he is the best closer maybe but not the best in history, it would have to be either reggie miller or Larry bird, and possibly dirk nowitzki, who i think is the best 7'0 foot shooter ever.
the best three point shooter in the NCAA was shaq he shot .735 from behind the arc.
the best 15-18 year old three-point shooter in America in 2015
reggie miller and Micheal are the two best but ray Allen is the best of all time
Booker Woodfox of Creighton 51% Stephon Curry of Davidson 38%
He is the best 15-18 year old three-point shooter in the country in 2015
A talented 3 point shooter will have around 40%-49%. Some of the best three point shooters don't have the best percentage however. A very good 3-point shooter will hit 40% - 47% but anything above that is next to impossible for a season.
Larry Bird, Magic Johnson, and Michal Jordan are the best shooters in NBA history!
There have been many discussions about this. The consensus for the best shooter is J.J. Redick, three point specialist for the Orlando Magic who set the all-time three point record for most 3's made in a college season while playing at Duke. Some other to consider are Peja Stojakovic, Larry Bird, and Stephen Curry.
yes he is