The Pacers have had a lot of sharpshooters in team history, with one of the greatest belonging to the franchise in Reggie Miller. And while Miller was a phenomenal talent, how efficient was he in those attempts compared to some other players on our list? Let’s take a look at the top 10 most efficient three-point shooters in team history.
10. Brandon Rush – 40.2% in 224 games
Brandon Rush played for the Pacers for three seasons, and while he certainly wasn’t a superstar, the guard/forward out of Kansas had quite a career for himself. And one of the things he did exceptionally well while playing for the blue and gold was shooting from deep, hitting just over 40% on 3.3 attempts per game.
Now those numbers aren’t going to blow anybody away, they are certainly solid numbers from an efficiency standpoint. Rush would go on to play for the Golden State Warriors, the Utah Jazz, and the Minnesota Timberwolves over the course of his career and ended up being over a 40% three-point shooter on his career.
But who else might show up on the Pacers all-time list?