Player #3 Tyrese Haliburton – 49.0 / 40.0 / 87.1 shooting splits in 2022-2023
Tyrese Haliburton is the bronze medalist for players who have a chance to be the 10th member of the 50/40/90 club following the 2023–2024 season. Since being traded from the Sacramento Kings to the Indiana Pacers in 2021–2022, he has really shined and showcased some superstar potential.
Haliburton has remained a 40%+ three-point shooter every season of his career, even while attempting 7.2 threes a game last season. Much like Markkanen, his supporting cast is also going to be stronger in 2023–2024. With less of a burden on himself, he could see his 49.0% FG efficiency improve, and his 87.1% free-throw shooting is still within range to bump up to 90%+ with a little luck.
Haliburton will be a part of Team USA at the 2023 FIBA World Cup, and that should be a great tune-up for him before the season begins. He is getting better and better each and every month and will have his age-24 season next year. There is a chance that Haliburton has his version of a Mark Price or Kevin Durant breakout, considering both of them joined the 50/40/90 club during their 24-year-old seasons as well.