Ranking Top 10 Worst Shooters In The NBA 2016/17

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Everyone knows that Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Kevin Durant are great shooters (some of the best in the league), but today you will find out who are amongst the top 10 worst shooters in the NBA for the 2016-17 season.

I will consider only FG%, qualified players and only the regular season. This list will definitely surprise you, because you'll find some players you thought were great shooters aren't actually that efficient at all.

Check the Top 10 Wost Shooters in the NBA 2016/17.

10. Sean Kilpatrick (Brooklyn Nets): 41.5 % (305-735)

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9. Jamal Crafword (Los Angeles Clippers): 41.3% (359-870)

Jamal Crawford #11 of the Los Angeles Clippers during a game against the Golden State Warriors on January 30, 2014 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.

Jamal Crawford #11 of the Los Angeles Clippers during a game against the Golden State Warriors on January 30, 2014 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.

8. Dario Saric (Philadelphia 76ers): 41.1% (381-927)

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7. Trevor Ariza (Houston Rockets): 40.9% (326-798)

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6. Eric Gordon (Houston Rockets): 40.6% (412-1016)

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5. D'Angelo Russell (Los Angeles Lakers): 40.5% (351-867)

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4. Nicolas Batum (Charlotte Hornets): 40.3% (393-975)

01 November 2015: Charlotte Hornets forward Nicolas Batum (5) is seen during the Atlanta Hawks 94-92 victory over the Charlotte Hornets, at the Time Warner Cable Arena, in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.

01 November 2015: Charlotte Hornets forward Nicolas Batum (5) is seen during the Atlanta Hawks 94-92 victory over the Charlotte Hornets, at the Time Warner Cable Arena, in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.

3. Frank Kaminsky (Charlotte Hornets): 39.9% (320-802)

Apr 6, 2016; New York, NY, USA; Charlotte Hornets center Frank Kaminsky III (44) reacts after being called for a foul against the New York Knicks during the first quarter at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

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2. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (Detroit Pistons): 39.9% (370-928)

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1. Wesley Matthews (Dallas Mavericks): 39.3% (333-847)

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