Top Three-Point Shooters Still On The Market

For teams still in need of outside shooting help, the pickings on the free agent market have gotten slim. The summer's top available shooters, like J.J. Redick and Kyle Korver, quickly landed lucrative long-term contracts, while mid-level types like Chase Budinger, Randy Foye, and Mike Dunleavy were also snapped up in short order.

Even less expensive players like Wayne Ellington, Dorell Wright, Mike Miller, Francisco Garcia, and others are off the board, with seemingly half of them headed to Houston to surround Dwight Howard with shooters. So for a team like the Thunder, who missed out on a few of the aforementioned guys, there aren't many attractive options left. Oklahoma City reached an agreement with Ryan Gomes this week, and while Gomes is cheap and has a career .350 3PT%, he also hasn't appeared in an NBA game since March 2012.

For the Thunder and other clubs in search of more shooting, which free agents still on the board might be fits? Listed below are the free agents with the best 2012/13 three-point percentages. At least 50 three-point attempts are required to qualify for this list, to avoid too-small sample sizes. Here are the top 15, with their '12/13 3PT% in parentheses:

  1. Royal Ivey (.420)
  2. Roger Mason Jr. (.415)
  3. Cartier Martin (.397)
  4. Mike James (.384)
  5. Mo Williams (.383)
  6. Darius Morris (.364)
  7. Chris Duhon (.363)
  8. Antawn Jamison (.361)
  9. A.J. Price (.350)
  10. Luke Babbitt (.348)
  11. Daniel Gibson (.344)
  12. Jeremy Pargo (.338)
  13. Anthony Tolliver (.338)
  14. Jerry Stackhouse (.337)
  15. Jannero Pargo (.336)

Honorable mention:

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