NBA 3-point percentage leaders 2017-18 season

All-NBA

PPlayer%3PM3PA
1.Jayson TatumJayson Tatum BOS4692
2.Tony Snell MIL47.563982
3.E'Twaun Moore NOP47.3253112
4.Buddy Hield SAC47.1750106
5.Luke Babbitt ATL46.514086
6.Al-Farouq Aminu POR46.432656
7.Klay Thompson GSW46.1596208
8.Marvin Williams CHA45.834496
9.Joe Ingles UTA45.8171155
10.Chandler Parsons MEM45.453577
11.Darius Miller NOP45.3053117
12.Otto Porter WAS45.1046102
13.Kyle Korver CLE44.5874166
14.Victor Oladipo IND44.3871160
15.Tobias Harris DET44.3174167
16.Cory Joseph IND44.293170
17.George Hill SAC44.262761
18.Kelly Olynyk MIA44.123068
19.C.J. McCollum POR44.0663143
20.OG Anunoby TOR43.282967
21.Courtney Lee NYK43.164195
22.Robert Covington PHI42.7182192
23.Bojan Bogdanovic IND42.3458137
24.LeBron James CLE42.2257135
25.Taurean Prince ATL42.0645107
26.Jeff Teague MIN41.863686
27.Bryn Forbes SAS41.673584
28.Dirk Nowitzki DAL41.5842101
29.Evan Fournier ORL41.5559142
30.Nick Young GSW41.414199
31.Troy Daniels PHX41.4153128
32.Ryan Anderson HOU41.3667162
33.Wayne Ellington MIA41.1863153
34.Will Barton DEN41.1856136
35.Wesley Matthews DAL41.0471173

Hispanic players

PPlayer%3PM3PA
1.José Manuel CalderónJosé M. Calderón CLE1429
2.Pau Gasol SAS41.072356
3.Al Horford BOS40.863893
4.Trevor Ariza HOU39.2260153
5.José Juan Barea DAL38.9753136
6.Álex Abrines OKC35.712570
7.Marc Gasol MEM33.0438115
8.Manu Ginóbili SAS29.172172
9.Ricky Rubio UTA29.0029100

Rookie players

PPlayer%3PM3PA
1.Jayson TatumJayson Tatum BOS4692
2.OG Anunoby TOR43.282967
3.Luke Kennard DET38.892154
4.Tyler Cavanaugh ATL38.101642
5.Donovan Mitchell UTA37.3665174
6.Kyle Kuzma LAL37.2741110
7.Lauri Markkanen CHI33.5356167
8.Dillon Brooks MEM33.332060
9.Justin Jackson SAC32.651649
10.Frank Ntilikina NYK32.611546

(*) Field goals: 300 field goals made at the end of the season to qualify (150 for rookies and hispanic players)

Free throws: 125 free throws made at the end of the season to qualify(62 for rookies and hispanic players)

3-pointers: 82 3s made at the end of the season to qualify, 41 for rookies and hispanic players)