List of National Basketball Association Career 3-point Scoring Leaders

This is a list of National Basketball Association players by total career regular season three-point field goals made.

Statistics accurate as of the conclusion of the 2012–13 NBA season on April 17, 2013.
^ Active NBA player
* Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Not yet eligible for Hall of Fame consideration
Rank Name Position(s) Team(s) played for (years) Total 3-point field
goals made
Total 3-point field
goals attempted
3-point field goal
percentage
1 Allen, RayRay Allen^ SG Milwaukee Bucks (1996–2003)
Seattle SuperSonics (2003–2007)
Boston Celtics (2007–2012)
Miami Heat (2012–present)
2,857 7,120 .401
2 Miller, ReggieReggie Miller* SG Indiana Pacers (1987–2005) 2,560 6,486 .395
3 Kidd, JasonJason Kidd† PG Dallas Mavericks (1994–1996)
Phoenix Suns (1996–2001)
New Jersey Nets (2001–2008)
Dallas Mavericks (2008–2012)
New York Knicks (2012–2013)
1,988 5,701 .349
4 Terry, JasonJason Terry^ SG Atlanta Hawks (1999–2004)
Dallas Mavericks (2004–2012)
Boston Celtics (2012–2013)
Brooklyn Nets (2013–present)
1,911 5,037 .379
5 Pierce, PaulPaul Pierce^ SF Boston Celtics (1999–2013)
Brooklyn Nets (2013–present)
1,823 4,928 .370
6 Billups, ChaunceyChauncey Billups^ PG Boston Celtics (1997–1998)
Toronto Raptors (1998)
Denver Nuggets (1999)
Minnesota Timberwolves (2000–2002)
Detroit Pistons (2002–2008)
Denver Nuggets (2008–2011)
New York Knicks (2011)
Los Angeles Clippers (2011–2013)
Detroit Pistons (2013–present)
1,816 4,677 .388
7 Stojaković, PejaPeja Stojaković† SF Sacramento Kings (1999–2006)
Indiana Pacers (2006)
New Orleans(/Oklahoma City) Hornets (2006–2010)
Toronto Raptors (2010)
Dallas Mavericks (2011)
1,760 4,392 .401
8 Lewis, RashardRashard Lewis^ SF Seattle SuperSonics (1999–2007)
Orlando Magic (2007–2010)
Washington Wizards (2010–2012)
Miami Heat (2012–present)
1,741 4,491 .388
9 Ellis, DaleDale Ellis SG Dallas Mavericks (1983–1986)
Seattle SuperSonics (1986–1991)
Milwaukee Bucks (1991–1992)
San Antonio Spurs (1992–1994)
Denver Nuggets (1994–1997)
Seattle SuperSonics (1997–1999)
Milwaukee Bucks (1999–2000)
Charlotte Hornets (2000)
1,719 4,266 .403
10 Nash, SteveSteve Nash^ PG Phoenix Suns (1996–1998)
Dallas Mavericks (1999–2004)
Phoenix Suns (2004–2012)
Los Angeles Lakers (2012–present)
1,677 3,915 .428
11 Carter, VinceVince Carter^ SG Toronto Raptors (1999–2004)
New Jersey Nets (2004–2009)
Orlando Magic (2009–2010)
Phoenix Suns (2010–2011)
Dallas Mavericks (2011–present)
1,663 4,417 .376
12 Bryant, KobeKobe Bryant^ SG Los Angeles Lakers (1996–present) 1,637 4,879 .336
13 Richardson, JasonJason Richardson^ SG Golden State Warriors (2001–2007)
Charlotte Bobcats (2007–2008)
Phoenix Suns (2008–2010)
Orlando Magic (2010–2012)
Philadelphia 76ers (2012–present)
1,577 4,248 .371
14 Rice, GlenGlen Rice SF Miami Heat (1989–1995)
Charlotte Hornets (1995–1998)
Los Angeles Lakers (1999–2000)
New York Knicks (2000–2001)
Houston Rockets (2001–2003)
Los Angeles Clippers (2003–2004)
1,559 3,896 .400
15 Jones, EddieEddie Jones† SG Los Angeles Lakers (1994–1999)
Charlotte Hornets (1999–2000)
Miami Heat (2000–2005)
Memphis Grizzlies (2005–2007)
Miami Heat (2007)
Dallas Mavericks (2007–2008)
1,546 4,147 .373
16 Hardaway, TimTim Hardaway PG Golden State Warriors (1989–1996)
Miami Heat (1996–2001)
Dallas Mavericks (2001–2002)
Denver Nuggets (2002)
Indiana Pacers (2003)
1,542 4,345 .355
17 Crawford, JamalJamal Crawford^ SG Chicago Bulls (2000–2004)
New York Knicks (2004–2008)
Golden State Warriors (2008–2009)
Atlanta Hawks (2009–2011)
Portland Trail Blazers (2011–2012)
Los Angeles Clippers (2012–present)
1,536 4,385 .350
18 Van Exel, NickNick Van Exel PG Los Angeles Lakers (1993–1998)
Denver Nuggets (1999–2002)
Dallas Mavericks (2002–2003)
Golden State Warriors (2003–2004)
Portland Trail Blazers (2004–2005)
San Antonio Spurs (2005–2006)
1,528 4,278 .357
19 Bibby, MikeMike Bibby† PG Vancouver Grizzlies (1999–2001)
Sacramento Kings (2001–2008)
Atlanta Hawks (2008–2011)
Washington Wizards (2011)
Miami Heat (2011)
New York Knicks (2011–2012)
1,517 3,999 .379
20 Finley, MichaelMichael Finley† SG Phoenix Suns (1995–1996)
Dallas Mavericks (1996–2005)
San Antonio Spurs (2005–2010)
Boston Celtics (2010)
1,454 3,880 .375
21 Johnson, JoeJoe Johnson^ SG Boston Celtics (2001–2002)
Phoenix Suns (2002–2005)
Atlanta Hawks (2005–2012)
Brooklyn Nets (2012–present)
1,429 3,874 .369
22 Miller, MikeMike Miller^ SG/SF Orlando Magic (2000–2003)
Memphis Grizzlies (2003–2008)
Minnesota Timberwolves (2008–2009)
Washington Wizards (2009–2010)
Miami Heat (2010–present)
1,424 3,507 .406
23 Barry, BrentBrent Barry† SG Los Angeles Clippers (1995–1998)
Miami Heat (1998)
Chicago Bulls (1999)
Seattle SuperSonics (1999–2004)
San Antonio Spurs (2004–2008)
Houston Rockets (2008–2009)
1,395 3,442 .405
24 Walker, AntoineAntoine Walker† SF Boston Celtics (1996–2003)
Dallas Mavericks (2003–2004)
Atlanta Hawks (2004–2005)
Boston Celtics (2005)
Miami Heat (2005–2007)
Minnesota Timberwolves (2007–2008)
1,386 4,264 .325
25 Majerle, DanDan Majerle SG Phoenix Suns (1988–1995)
Cleveland Cavaliers (1995–1996)
Miami Heat (1996–2001)
Phoenix Suns (2001–2002)
1,360 3,798 .358
26 Nowitzki, DirkDirk Nowitzki^ PF Dallas Mavericks (1999–present) 1,340 3,514 .381
27 Davis, BaronBaron Davis† PG Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets (1999–2005)
Golden State Warriors (2005–2008)
Los Angeles Clippers (2008–2011)
Cleveland Cavaliers (2011)
New York Knicks (2012)
1,332 4,159 .320
28 Richmond, MitchMitch Richmond SG Golden State Warriors (1988–1991)
Sacramento Kings (1991–1998)
Washington Wizards (1998–2001)
Los Angeles Lakers (2001–2002)
1,326 3,419 .388
29 Korver, KyleKyle Korver^ SG/SF Philadelphia 76ers (2003–2007)
Utah Jazz (2007–2010)
Chicago Bulls (2010–2012)
Atlanta Hawks (2012–present)
1,323 3,157 .419
30 Houston, AllanAllan Houston SG Detroit Pistons (1993–1996)
New York Knicks (1996–2005)
1,305 3,247 .402
31 Porter, TerryTerry Porter PG Portland Trail Blazers (1985–1995)
Minnesota Timberwolves (1995–1998)
Miami Heat (1999)
San Antonio Spurs (1999–2002)
1,297 3,360 .386
32 Blaylock, Daron "Mookie"Daron "Mookie" Blaylock PG New Jersey Nets (1989–1992)
Atlanta Hawks (1992–1999)
Golden State Warriors (1999–2002)
1,283 3,816 .336
33 Maxwell, VernonVernon Maxwell SG San Antonio Spurs (1988–1990)
Houston Rockets (1990–1995)
Philadelphia 76ers (1995–1996)
San Antonio Spurs (1996–1997)
Orlando Magic (1998)
Charlotte Hornets (1998)
Sacramento Kings (1999)
Seattle SuperSonics (1999–2000)
Philadelphia 76ers (2000)
Dallas Mavericks (2001)
1,256 3,931 .320
34 Robinson, Clifford R.Clifford R. Robinson PF Portland Trail Blazers (1989–1997)
Phoenix Suns (1997–2001)
Detroit Pistons (2001–2003)
Golden State Warriors (2003–2005)
New Jersey Nets (2005–2007)
1,253 3,515 .356
35 Jackson, StephenStephen Jackson^ SG/SF New Jersey Nets (2000–2001)
San Antonio Spurs (2001–2003)
Atlanta Hawks (2003–2004)
Indiana Pacers (2004–2007)
Golden State Warriors (2007–2009)
Charlotte Bobcats (2009–2011)
Milwaukee Bucks (2011–2012)
San Antonio Spurs (2012–2013)
1,251 3,749 .334
36 Curry, DellDell Curry SG Utah Jazz (1986–1987)
Cleveland Cavaliers (1987–1988)
Charlotte Hornets (1988–1998)
Milwaukee Bucks (1999)
Toronto Raptors (1999–2002)
1,245 3,098 .402
37 Williams, JasonJason Williams† PG Sacramento Kings (1999–2001)
Memphis Grizzlies (2001–2005)
Miami Heat (2005–2008)
Orlando Magic (2009–2011)
Memphis Grizzlies (2011)
1,238 3,784 .327
38 Stoudamire, DamonDamon Stoudamire† PG Toronto Raptors (1995–1998)
Portland Trail Blazers (1998–2005)
Memphis Grizzlies (2005–2007)
San Antonio Spurs (2008)
1,236 3,464 .357
39 Hawkins, HerseyHersey Hawkins SG Philadelphia 76ers (1988–1993)
Charlotte Hornets (1993–1995)
Seattle SuperSonics (1995–1999)
Chicago Bulls (1999–2000)
Charlotte Hornets (2000–2001)
1,226 3,108 .394
40 Starks, JohnJohn Starks SG Golden State Warriors (1988–1989)
New York Knicks (1990–1998)
Golden State Warriors (1999–2000)
Chicago Bulls (2000)
Utah Jazz (2000–2002)
1,222 3,591 .340
41 Person, ChuckChuck Person SF Indiana Pacers (1986–1992)
Minnesota Timberwolves (1992–1994)
San Antonio Spurs (1994–1998)
Charlotte Hornets (1999)
Seattle SuperSonics (1999–2000)
1,220 3,370 .362
42 Scott, DennisDennis Scott SF Orlando Magic (1990–1997)
Dallas Mavericks (1997–1998)
Phoenix Suns (1998)
New York Knicks (1999)
Minnesota Timberwolves (1999)
Vancouver Grizzlies (1999–2000)
1,214 3,060 .397
43 Battier, ShaneShane Battier^ SF Memphis Grizzlies (2001–2006)
Houston Rockets (2006–2011)
Memphis Grizzlies (2011)
Miami Heat (2011–present)
1,177 3,044 .387
44 Richardson, QuentinQuentin Richardson^ SG Los Angeles Clippers (2000–2004)
Phoenix Suns (2004–2005)
New York Knicks (2005–2009)
Miami Heat (2009–2010)
Orlando Magic (2010–2012)
New York Knicks (2013)
Toronto Raptors (2013–present)
1,167 3,288 .355
45 Türkoğlu, HedoHedo Türkoğlu^ SF Sacramento Kings (2000–2003)
San Antonio Spurs (2003–2004)
Orlando Magic (2004–2009)
Toronto Raptors (2009–2010)
Phoenix Suns (2010)
Orlando Magic (2010–present)
1,164 3,057 .381
46 Fisher, DerekDerek Fisher^ PG Los Angeles Lakers (1996–2004)
Golden State Warriors (2004–2006)
Utah Jazz (2006–2007)
Los Angeles Lakers (2007–2012)
Oklahoma City Thunder (2012)
Dallas Mavericks (2012)
Oklahoma City Thunder (2013)
1,160 3,112 .373
47 Jamison, AntawnAntawn Jamison^ PF Golden State Warriors (1999–2003)
Dallas Mavericks (2003–2004)
Washington Wizards (2004–2010)
Cleveland Cavaliers (2010–2012)
Los Angeles Lakers (2012–2013)
1,155 3,324 .347
48 Person, WesleyWesley Person SG Phoenix Suns (1994–1997)
Cleveland Cavaliers (1997–2002)
Memphis Grizzlies (2002–2003)
Portland Trail Blazers (2003–2004)
Atlanta Hawks (2004)
Miami Heat (2004–2005)
Denver Nuggets (2005)
1,150 2,754 .418
49 Smith, SteveSteve Smith SG Miami Heat (1991–1994)
Atlanta Hawks (1994–1999)
Portland Trail Blazers (1999–2001)
San Antonio Spurs (2001–2003)
New Orleans Hornets (2003)
Charlotte Bobcats (2004–2005)
Miami Heat (2005)
1,148 3,208 .358
50 Payton, GaryGary Payton* PG Seattle SuperSonics (1990–2003)
Milwaukee Bucks (2003)
Los Angeles Lakers (2003–2004)
Boston Celtics (2004–2005)
Miami Heat (2005–2007)
1,132 3,570 .317

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