Three-pointers made: 250 Three-pointers attempted: 565 Three-point percentage: 44.2% Division III Rookie of the Year 2014, Duncan Robinson, made quite the impression while playing college ball for Michigan. He led the Big Ten Conference in three-point shooting percentage (.450) for a while, and during his college years, made several game-changing three-point shots in some major tournaments.
When he went on to play in the NBA for Miami, Robinson set records for three-point shots made in a quarter, as well as tying the record for three-point shots made in a game. In his second season, he also set a franchise record for most three-pointers made in a season. He also represented the Heat in the NBA All-Star Weekend Three-Point Contest.
Three-pointers made: 437 Three-pointers attempted: 986 Three-point percentage: 44.3% In this case, talent does run in the family, Seth Curry, son of former NBA player Dell Curry and brother to our number one on this list, Stephen Curry, was signed by the Kings mainly for his ability to shoot from the outside, which was the team’s weakness.
Curry, who is considered to be a "shooting guard trapped in a point guard's body," recently scored a career-high 37 points and 8-9 from the three-point line against Miami Heat.
Three-pointers made: 728 Three-pointers attempted: 1651 Three-point percentage: 44.1% Hubert Davis is ranked 4th of all-time in a three-point shot percentage by NBA.com. He attended the University of North Carolina and still holds the UNC’s highest three-point percentage ever.
He played for the New York Knicks and ended up helping to win Game 5 of the 1994 Eastern conference semifinals against the Chicago Bulls with his free throws. Davis spent over a decade in the NBA and was a valued member of six teams.
Three-pointers made: 1,590 (22nd all-time) Three-pointers attempted: 3,910 Three-point percentage: 40.7% Rookie of the Year in 2001, Mike Miller, has reinvented himself as a player more than once during his almost two-decade-long career. Miller was at his best, however, when he focused on shooting the basketball from the outside.
Despite playing for seven different teams, he always performed at a high level, remaining 22nd all-time in three-pointers made and 23rd in percentage. What really secured his place on this list, was the three on one shoe Miller infamously made in the 2014 NBA Finals.
Three-pointers made: 457 Three-pointers attempted: 1,054 Three-point percentage: 43.4% During his nine-year career, Jason Kapono, who spent some time playing in Miami, Philadelphia, and Toronto, was a three-point specialist and UCLA’s three-point percentage record holder.
He was one of the best three-point contestants in basketball history and won the Three-Point Shootout for two consecutive years, with scores of 24 and 25 out of a possible 30. With a career average of just 6.7 points per game, Kapono is an excellent example of a fantastic shooter who was not such a strong player overall