Dale Ellis? Has the same FG% as Durant for his career, and shot 40.3% from beyond the arc. He didn't shoot as many 3s, but then again players didn't back then. Still, it's not that big of a difference (1.4/3.5 compared to 1.6/4.4).
27.5 ppg on 50.1 / 47.8 / 81.6 (4.1 3PA's per game)
That man could really shoot that thing... Pretty tall for a SG, athletic, strong, extremely quick release, great off-ball moving really quickly, good post-game and inside moves too... After an early prime, got traded become a journeyman and went through constant injuries, though. Only area in terms of shooting that he wasn't elite was at the FT line.
Last edited by SHAQisGOAT : 06-08-2014 at 08:49 PM.
when everyone starts taking 3s
it's the guy who can draw the contact and makes the 2 that becomes rare and valuable
when everyone can draw the contact and make the 2
guys who can make the 3s without doing a lick of anything else all of sudden are praised for and is an "odd" rarity especially if he plays defense too.
it was common knowledge that big men were the better players during the 90s , but now we receive word that it wasn't just that , , they were the better athletes as well . . . w o w . . . when was the last time giants were the better athletes and players . . . sure as hell wasn't the 70s with doc and david walkin around . . . . certainly not the run n gun dunk 80s of magic bird and young Jordan and Dominique . . . hahaha , , , , , y'all know
looking at that list
7 of the top 10 are f/c with five true centers
the logical question becomes
given the entire decade starting with
Jordan - pippen - Dominique
can you name just 2 other players before you called the names