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Top 10 Worst Three-Point Shooters So Far This Season

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The three-point shot is as important as it has ever been in today's NBA, and with the success of the Golden State Warriors and their perimeter-oriented style of play, more and more teams are trying their hand at utilizing the same offensive approach to their gameplans.

The thing is though, every single other team in the NBA doesn't have a Steph Curry, Kevin Durant or Klay Thompson on their roster, meaning no matter how perfect their plays are, if the personnel can't shoot the three ball, it's not gonna work.

Still, teams are insistent on using the three-point shot more, and that's when we get lists like these, the top 10 worst three-point shooters of the 2017-18 NBA season so far. Granted, it's only 5 or so games into the season, and the players below definitely have the chance to turn around their shooting woes, but it's almost a certainty a few names will be among the worst shooters for the entire season.

10. Draymond Green - .263 3PT% (19 Attempts)


9. Bradley Beal - .263 3PT% (19 Attempts)


8. Malik Monk - .261 3PT% (23 Attempts)

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7. Kyle Kuzma - .250 3PT% (16 Attempts)


6. Kevin Love - .240 3PT% (25 Attempts)


5. Buddy Hield - .238 3PT% (21 Attempts)

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4. Jeremy Lamb - .235 3PT% (17 Attempts)

Nov 10, 2015; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lamb (3) against the Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center. The Hornets defeated the Timberwolves 104-95. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

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3. Lonzo Ball - .227 3PT% (22 Attempts)


2. Tim Hardaway Jr. - .227 3PT% (22 Attempts)


1. Ricky Rubio - .227 3PT% (22 Attempts)