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List of National Basketball Association career playoff 3-point scoring leaders

This is a list of National Basketball Association players by total career playoff three-point field goals made.[1]

Statistics accurate as of the conclusion of the 2013–14 NBA season on June 15, 2014.
^ Active NBA player
* Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Not yet eligible for Hall of Fame consideration[2]
Rank Player Position(s) Team(s) played for (years)[3] Total 3-point field
goals
made
Total 3-point field
goals
attempted
3-point field goal
percentage
1 Allen, RayRay Allen^ SG Milwaukee Bucks (19962003)
Seattle SuperSonics (20032007)
Boston Celtics (20072012)
Miami Heat (20122014)
385 959 .401
2 Miller, ReggieReggie Miller* SG Indiana Pacers (19872005) 320 820 .390
3-(T) Bryant, KobeKobe Bryant^ SG Los Angeles Lakers (1997–present) 292 882 .331
3-(T) Ginóbili, ManuManu Ginóbili^ SG San Antonio Spurs (2002–present) 292 804 .363
5 Fisher, DerekDerek Fisher PG Los Angeles Lakers (19962004)
Golden State Warriors (20042006)
Utah Jazz (2006–2007)
Los Angeles Lakers (20072012)
Oklahoma City Thunder (2012)
Dallas Mavericks (2012)
Oklahoma City Thunder (20132014)
285 715 .399
6 Billups, ChaunceyChauncey Billups^ PG Boston Celtics (1997–1998)
Toronto Raptors (19981999)
Denver Nuggets (19992000)
Minnesota Timberwolves (20002002)
Detroit Pistons (20022008)
Denver Nuggets (20082011)
New York Knicks (2011)
Los Angeles Clippers (20112013)
Detroit Pistons (2013–2014)
267 729 .366
7 Horry, RobertRobert Horry PF Houston Rockets (19931996)
Los Angeles Lakers (19972003)
San Antonio Spurs (20042008)
261 728 .359
8 Pierce, PaulPaul Pierce^ SF Boston Celtics (19982013)
Brooklyn Nets (2013–2014)
Washington Wizards (2014–present)
238 699 .340
9 Kidd, JasonJason Kidd PG Dallas Mavericks (19941996)
Phoenix Suns (19962001)
New Jersey Nets (20012008)
Dallas Mavericks (20082012)
New York Knicks (2012–2013)
236 733 .322
10 James, LeBronLeBron James^ SF Cleveland Cavaliers (20032010)
Miami Heat (20102014)
Cleveland Cavaliers (2014–present)
230 691 .333
11-(T) Finley, MichaelMichael Finley SG Dallas Mavericks (20012005)
San Antonio Spurs (20062009)
Boston Celtics (2010)
200 515 .388
11-(T) Pippen, ScottieScottie Pippen* SF Chicago Bulls (19881998)
Houston Rockets (1999)
Portland Trail Blazers (20002003)
200 660 .303
13 Wallace, RasheedRasheed Wallace PF/C Portland Trail Blazers (19972003)
Detroit Pistons (20042009)
Boston Celtics (2010)
190 540 .352
14 Terry, JasonJason Terry^ SG Dallas Mavericks (20052012)
Boston Celtics (2013)
182 458 .397
15 Majerle, DanDan Majerle SG Phoenix Suns (19891995)
Cleveland Cavaliers (1996)
Miami Heat (19972001)
181 513 .353
16 Nash, SteveSteve Nash^ PG Phoenix Suns (19971998)
Dallas Mavericks (20012004)
Phoenix Suns (20052008, 2010)
Los Angeles Lakers (2013)
178 438 .406
17 Starks, JohnJohn Starks PG New York Knicks (19911998)
Utah Jazz (2001)
176 475 .371
18 Ainge, DannyDanny Ainge SG Boston Celtics (19821988)
Portland Trail Blazers (19911992)
Phoenix Suns (19931995)
172 432 .398
19 Bowen, BruceBruce Bowen SF Miami Heat (20002001)
San Antonio Spurs (20022009)
168 398 .422
20 Stojaković, PejaPeja Stojaković SF Sacramento Kings (19992005)
Indiana Pacers (2006)
New Orleans Hornets (20082009)
Dallas Mavericks (2011)
162 432 .375
21 Durant, KevinKevin Durant^ SF Seattle SuperSonics/Oklahoma City Thunder (2007–present) 153 449 .341
22 Perkins, SamSam Perkins PF Dallas Mavericks (19851988, 1990)
Los Angeles Lakers (1991)
Seattle SuperSonics (19931998)
Indiana Pacers (19992001)
152 419 .363
23 Porter, TerryTerry Porter PG Portland Trail Blazers (19861995)
Minnesota Timberwolves (19971998)
Miami Heat (1999)
San Antonio Spurs (20002002)
151 406 .372
24 Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan* SG Chicago Bulls (19841993), (19951998)
Washington Wizards (20012003)
148 446 .332
25 Bibby, MikeMike Bibby PG Sacramento Kings (20022006)
Atlanta Hawks (20082010)
Miami Heat (2011)
New York Knicks (2012)
145 391 .371

See also

References

  1. ^ The National Basketball Association did not record 3-point field goals until the 1979–80 season
  2. ^ A player is not eligible for induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame until he has been fully retired for five calendar years or is deceased; player was not eligible for induction upon the commencement of the 2013–14 NBA season.
  3. ^ American Basketball Association (ABA) teams other than those admitted into the NBA in 1976 are not included; each year is linked to an article about that particular NBA season. The years listed are only ones in which the player played in a playoff game.

External links

  • Basketball-Reference.com enumeration of NBA career playoff leaders in 3-point field goals made
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