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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3. Gary Trent Jr. - 38.6%

The next inclusion on our list, Gary Trent Jr. meets the bare minimum requirements to rank above Malik Beasley with just a 0.1% percent higher career three-point shooting mark. Coming from a bloodline of high-level athletes, many older NBA fans remember Gary Trent Sr., who incredibly also began his professional career playing for the Portland Trail Blazers and Toronto Raptors, just like his son eventually would.

Trent Jr. is a prolific shooter who is perhaps not having his talents totally realized in Toronto at the moment. Playing with the Raptors since 2021, Gary saw his best NBA season with the franchise in 2021-22 when he averaged career-highs of 18.3 points per game while playing 35.0 minutes a night. Beginning his professional tenure playing alongside and learning from Damian Lillard in Portland, Trent has had a solid foundation from day one.

His numbers have fallen off a bit in the last two seasons due to a changing role on the team. Perhaps the most logical next step for him is to get him on a team with winning potential and next to a player that can maximize his output. With the attention Victor Wembanyama will continue to command, he could free up a lot of open shots for Trent.