3. Troy Murphy – 41.3% in 262 games
Troy Murphy is probably more widely known as a Golden State Warrior than as a Pacer, but he did quite a bit of damage in Indiana that is worth discussing. In his four seasons in Indiana, 262 games, Murphy was able to average 41.3% on 3.9 attempts per game, which for his time, was a healthy number of three point shots.
After leaving the Pacers, Murphy went to New Jersey and Boston where his three point percentage fell off of a cliff (look it up, 17% in New Jersey and 10% in Boston). So the Pacers got most of the best years out of Murphy.
While Troy was a good player, he certainly wasn’t great. But for a brief couple of years he was a go-to bucket-getter from deep for the Pacers that many fans were used to cheering for every night.