the purest shooter in the NBA today?

United States
February 2, 2007 10:57am CST
who do you think the best shooter in the NBA is right now? i would have to say Ray Allen, who plays for the Seattle Supersonics. anyone elses thoughts?
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• United States
2 Feb 07
I would have to say jason kapono for the miami heat. hes the leagues number one 3 point shooter. he may not score as much as ray allen, bu thte 4 year veteran is a monster from behind the arch.
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• United States
3 Feb 07
this is true, very true
@erl212 (303)
• Philippines
15 Feb 07
i rather go with micheal redd,his defenitly a good lefty shooter now in the nba,ray allen is one.
@slavezero (835)
• Philippines
15 Feb 07
i would say kyle korver of the philadelphia 76ers... very deadly on the 3 point arch, shoots almost 100% when left unguarded
• Italy
7 Feb 07
the purest shooter in the NBA? Andrea Bargnani of Toronto Raptors. But others great shooters are: Ray Allen, Jason Kapono, Dirk Nowitzki, Pat Garrity, ecc..
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@DocterDew (902)
• United States
6 Feb 07
You gotta be kidding. Your going with Ray Allen when there's Gilbert Arenas lighting up the court? That guy shoots pure as rain. (ok that analogy doesn't exactly work..., but you get the point) I'm a twolves fan so it's not like he's my favorite player or anything.
• United States
6 Feb 07
im not talking about who can score more. your saying gilbert is better cuz hes putting up better point totals. im saying ray allen cuz he has the purest shot. he has the best form and has range for days!
• United States
7 Feb 07
You both make good points.
@bk0029 (55)
• United States
5 Feb 07
I think that gilbert arenas for the Washington Wizards is the purest and most consistent shooter in the NBA
• United States
6 Feb 07
Yeah I'd go with my man Agent Zero as well. Washington is fire.
@Makoy1983 (1086)
• Philippines
27 Apr 07
peja stojakovic. for me he's still deadly as he was when he was still with the sacramento kings. if not for the injuries that hit him this season, peja and the hornets could've gone further. peja is a real threat to any team. he can shoot at any angle and distance on the floor. he's a cut above the rest. other names that come to mind are ray allen, michael redd, jason kapono and mike miller
• United States
27 Apr 07
Right now, it's definitely Allen. I mean, have you seen better form in the NBA today? Of course, I'll bring you back... remember Wesley Person. The guy had the smoothest form and the sweetest stroke. I mean, his shot was magic to watch. He wasn't a pure scorer so he wasn't very popular, but he had the best form... I remember watching video of him and Shawn Respert from Michigan State in the mid-90's when I was working on my jumper... Kapono looks good, like someone else mentioned... his shot form was always good, even when he was in college at UCLA.
• Philippines
27 Apr 07
Ray Allen is my pick. He has a graceful shooting form. And he's got great range. Seattle should not let ray create shots off the dribble... instead send him some picks to set him open. I think Ray is more effecient as a shooter than a scorer.