Ranking Spurs' gettable free agent targets by 3-point percentage

Free agent shooters San Antonio could target ranked by their career marks from beyond the arc.
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4. Malik Beasley - 38.5%

Ranking three percentage points above Monk is Malik Beasley, who is known as much more of a three-point specialist. A career journeyman, Beasley began his time in the NBA with the Denver Nuggets during the 2016-17 season. Like most rookies, his playing time was scarce, but he showed quickly that he has a knockdown outside stroke and can help any team with his sharpshooting ability.

Playing alongside Nikola Jokic, Beasley found quick and easy open shots thanks to the passing prowess of the Joker. He remained in Denver until midway through the 2019-20 season when he was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves. It was there that his scoring power truly began to shine as he was promoted to the starting lineup. Over the next season and a half, Beas put up close to 20 points per game on excellent shooting splits.

When he was traded from Minnesota in the Rudy Gobert deal, Malik ended up on four separate teams over the course of just over one calendar year. But do not let that fool you. Beasley is still one of the most valuable spot-up three-point shooters in the NBA. His 41.3% mark on 6.9 attempts per game this past season was a career-high.