ESPN.com's John Hollinger tackles the near impossible task of ranking the greatest shooters in NBA history (post 3-point era). He added in 2 ptFG% and 3pt FG% and FT% and it got to a certain number and the ranking turned out this way.
Check his article here: http://insider.espn.go.com/nba/insider/columns/story?columnist=hollinger_john&page=PERDiem-100309, If you are a ESPN insider then you can read it, otherwise you wont be able to see it.
Here's the list in order:
It's interesting, isn't it? I can agree that Nash can rank No.1! You?
LOL terrible list the first 5 were already wrong...
1.) Ray allen
2.) Reggie miller
3.) Steve Kerr
4.) Larry Bird
.....idk but for me steve nash won't be listed til like 7 or 8
im right with ur2ez on this one that list is terrible from the start.
I would agree that Reggie Miller is the biggest clutch shooter of all time. He single handedly destroyed the Knicks time and time again.
hell naw he has ray allen at 9th are u serious !!!!!! and steve nash at numba 1 thats obsurd
1. reggie miller
2. ray allen
3. larry bird
4. steve kerr
5. steve nash