5. Michael Finley | Finley joined the San Antonio Spurs 2005 after playing eight seasons in Dallas. I admit that even before Finley joined the Spurs, I truly was a fan of his because of what he would do on the floor. He was a scorer. He was the go-to guy for the Mavericks and he did not shy away from that one bit.
Finley was a prolific scorer in Dallas, but he immediately played fewer minutes while settling into a familiar role as a three-point specialist. A highlight of his tenure with the Spurs – the first round of the 2007 playoffs; Finley dropped 26 points and shot 8-for-9 from behind the arc to eliminate the Denver Nuggets.
While with the team from 2005-2009, he managed to hit just under 40% (38.4%) from beyond the arc. In his last full season with San Antonio in 2009, he did shoot a career high from downtown, 41.1%.