Golden State Warriors v Portland Trail Blazers

The Golden State Warriors arguably have the two best shooters in the NBA. As a franchise, they’ve had a strong history of having excellent shooters and the Splash Brothers have continued that tradition. How does Steph Curry compare to Chris Mullin? What about Klay Thompson and Mitch Richmond? They are all great shooters, but who is better? Well, that’s why we are here. We have ranked the Top 7 Warriors shooters of all-time and this list was very tough to formulate. We took into consideration their field goal, three point and free throw percentage. Their time in the league was also very important.

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7. Purvis Short

Purvis Short played nine years for the Warriors and was known as the “Rainbow Man” because of his high arcing shot. Short averaged 17.3 points in his career, but had some big games for the Warriors. He scored 59, 57, and 46 points during the 1984-85 season. During his career, Short shot 48 percent from the field and 82 percent from the charity stripe. Out of all the players on this list, Short has the highest field goal percentage, but his 28 percent from three cost him a spot in the top five.

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