This week, 2K revealed the ratings of several top stars in the NBA. Now, the top five three-point shooters in NBA 2K22 have also been revealed. The list features some familiar names but also has a couple of new entries.
The Top 3PT shooters in 2K22 🔋
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NBA 2K22 Top Three-point Shooters
- Stephen Curry (99 3pt)
The three-point shot has revolutionized the game of basketball, changing the game as we know it. Perhaps, the harbinger of said change is Golden State Warriors point guard, Stephen Curry. The 3-time champion can shoot the three from 30 feet out with minimal effort. In addition, he is a two-time winner of the three-point shootout. He is, without a doubt, the greatest three-point shooter of all time.
2. Klay Thompson (95 3pt)
The second splash brother has run into unfortunate injuries as of late. He is coming off of an Achilles injury that has sidelined him for the 2020-2021 season. Despite that, Thompson is still one of the league’s best three-point shooters.
3. Joe Harris (90 3pt)
Despite a poor playoff performance, Joe Harris of the Brooklyn Nets is still a knockdown shooter. The 2019 three-point shootout contest champion led the league in three-point percentage in 2019 and 2021, shooting at a 47% clip in both of the seasons.
4. Seth Curry (90 3pt)
The younger brother of Steph Curry may not be as popular as his brother, but the shooter’s touch runs in the family. For the past five seasons, Seth Curry has shot above 40% from three. The shooters’ touch followed him into the playoffs as he shot 50% from three for the 76ers.
5. Duncan Robinson (90 3pt)
Say what you will about Duncan Robinson’s contract, he is without a doubt a top 3 point shooter. The undrafted star from the Miami Heat has drawn comparisons from Klay Thompson because of his spot-up ability. He is the fastest player to reach 500 career three-pointers, doing so in 152 games.
Let us know down below if 2K got it right. Do you feel like someone is rated too high or if someone is missing?