Warriors guard Stephen Curry needs only two 3-pointers in the Warriors' final game against the Trail Blazers to break Ray Allen's all-time record of made threes in a season. He's likely to get it, too, as he's averaging about three-and-a-half per game. Is Curry the best pure shooter in the NBA? Mouse over the images to see each player's shooting stats from this season, and click on the images to rank them.

Stats through April 17, 2013.

Best pure shooters in NBA

Ray Allen

Ray Allen

Miami Heat

41.4% jump shot FG pct
41.9% 3-pt FG pct
88.6% FT pct

Ryan Anderson

Ryan Anderson

New Orleans Hornets

37.9% jump shot FG pct
38.3% 3-pt FG pct
84.6% FT pct

Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant

Los Angeles Lakers

39.4% jump shot FG pct
32.4% 3-pt FG pct
83.9% FT pct

Jose Calderon

Jose Calderon

Detroit Pistons

46.6% jump shot FG pct
46.1% 3-pt FG pct
90.0% FT pct

Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry

Golden State Warriors

43.7% jump shot FG pct
45.5% 3-pt FG pct
90.0% FT pct

Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant

Oklahoma City Thunder

44.6% jump shot FG pct
41.6% 3-pt FG pct
90.5% FT pct

Kyrie Irving

Kyrie Irving

Cleveland Cavaliers

41.6% jump shot FG pct
39.6% 3-pt FG pct
85.3% FT pct

Kyle Korver

Kyle Korver

Atlanta Hawks

45.7% jump shot FG pct
45.7% 3-pt FG pct
85.9% FT pct

Kevin Martin

Kevin Martin

Oklahoma City Thunder

40.8% jump shot FG pct
42.6% 3-pt FG pct
89.0% FT pct

Steve Nash

Steve Nash

Los Angeles Lakers

46.6% jump shot FG pct
43.2% 3-pt FG pct
92.2% FT pct

Steve Novak

Steve Novak

New York Knicks

41.9% jump shot FG pct
42.9% 3-pt FG pct
90.9% FT pct

Dirk Nowitzki

Dirk Nowitzki

Dallas Mavericks

45.9% jump shot FG pct
42.2% 3-pt FG pct
85.9% FT pct

Chris Paul

Chris Paul

Los Angeles Clippers

44.3% jump shot FG pct
33.2% 3-pt FG pct
89.0% FT pct

J.J. Redick

J.J. Redick

Milwaukee Bucks

39.6% jump shot FG pct
36.8% 3-pt FG pct
91.4% FT pct

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