Three-pointers made: 260 Three-pointers attempted: 647 Three-point percentage: 40.2% Duke Blue Devils alum Luke Kennard finished his college career with a three-point percent of 43.8. In 2017, he went on to play for the Detroit Pistons and recorded his first career double-double that season, with 10 points and ten rebounds against the Indiana Pacers.
In 2018, he missed games due to injury but came back and scored a career-high 28 points against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Three-pointers made: 394 Three-pointers attempted: 797 Three-point percentage: 40.2% Playing college Ball for the Nevada Wolf Pack, Luke Babbitt spent his first couple of years in the NBA being moved around from team to team and league to league. He played for a while for the Portland Trail Blazers, New Orleans Pelicans, Miami Heat and Atlanta Hawks.
He might not have made a significant impression on the league or got that much playing time, but he was always suitable for scoring from behind the line.
Three-pointers made: 1245 Three-pointers attempted: 3098 Three-point percentage: 40.2% The father of two players who hold high spots on this list, when Dell Curry retired, he was the all-time leader in points and three-point field goals made by the Charlotte Hornets.
He played for the Hornets for ten years and was mostly utilized for his three-point shooting skills. Curry won the Sixth Man of the Year award in the 1993-1994 season.
Three-pointers made: 288 Three-pointers attempted: 717 Three-point percentage: 40.2% He led the league in games played and was sixth in three-point field percentage for the Houston Rockets in the lockout-shortened 1999 NBA season with 43.3%. That year Michael Dickerson was named All-Rookie 2nd Team.
He played for the Grizzlies for a while, but after only one season was barely able to play due to injuries and was forced to retire prematurely. Dickerson tried to make a comeback in 2008 with the Cleveland Cavaliers, who invited him to their training camp but was waived in October of that year.
Three-pointers made: 1276 Three-pointers attempted: 3177 Three-point percentage: 40.2% Famous for his perimeter defense and three-point shooting, Danny Green played in college for the University of North Carolina. He played in more games and racked up more wins than any other Tar Heel in history. During his time with the San Antonio Spurs, Green set an NBA record for most three-point field goals made in a Finals series.
The following season he went on to win an NBA championship with the Spurs, making him the third player from UNC to win an NCAA championship and an NBA championship. In 2018, he was traded to the Toronto Raptors and was introduced on the court as "The money man from three-point land, Danny 'Money, Money' Green." Green helped the Raptors reach the 2019 NBA Finals, where they defeated the Golden State Warriors.