Three-pointers made: 1,546 Three-pointers attempted: 4,147 Three-point percentage: 37.2% Eddie Jones played for five different teams during his 14-year NBA career. Eddie first played college basketball at Temple University and was the 1993–94 Atlantic 10 Player of the Year. Eddie Jones eventually led the Owls to the Elite 8 in the NCAA tournament.
The three-time NBA All-Star was selected 10th overall in the 1994 NBA draft by the Los Angeles Lakers.
Three-pointers made: 1,566 Three-pointers attempted: 4,124 Three-point percentage: 37.9% Paul George was selected by the Indiana Pacers with the 10th overall pick of the 2010 NBA draft and earned NBA All-Rookie Second Team honors. Paul George was named the NBA Most Improved Player back in 2013 when he also received his first All-Star selection. In addition to his athleticism, he has cultivated a reputation as a high-flyer by participating in the 2012 and 2014 Slam Dunk Contest.
After the Pacers' win over the Denver Nuggets on February 10, 2014, their teams head coach Brian Shaw called George "the best two-way player in the game."
Three-pointers made: 1,549 Three-pointers attempted: 4,186 Three-point percentage: 37% Eric Gordon played one season of college basketball at Indiana and was considered one of the top collegiate players in the nation that year. He finished his freshman season leading the Big Ten in scoring and tied for 19th in the country at 21.5 points per game.
Eric entered the 2008 NBA draft and was picked seventh overall by the Los Angeles Clippers.
Three-pointers made: 1,535 Three-pointers attempted: 4,362 Three-point percentage: 35.1% Trevor Ariza won an NBA championship with the Los Angeles Lakers back in 2009. He played college basketball for a season with the UCLA Bruins before being selected as the 43rd pick of the 2004 NBA draft by the New York Knicks.
Trevor Ariza also previously played for the Orlando Magic, Houston Rockets, New Orleans Hornets, Washington Wizards, Phoenix Suns, and Sacramento Kings.
Three-pointers made: 1,517 Three-pointers attempted: 3,999 Three-point percentage: 37.9% Mike began his career when he played college basketball for the Arizona Wildcats, with whom he won the 1997 NCAA Championship. He was drafted second overall by the Vancouver Grizzlies in the 1998 NBA draft. He was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team in his first season with the Grizzlies.
He is the son of former NBA player Henry Bibby, and he also has the distinction of being the last Vancouver Grizzlies player active in the NBA.