19) Peja Stojaković
Sacramento Kings great Peja Stojaković is one of the best shooters in NBA history, though he isn't as well-remembered as players like Ray Allen and Reggie Miller. That was due to a lack of longevity but during his peak, few doubted that he was one of the best shooters on the planet. From 2001 to 2005, they averaged 21.1 points per game for the Kings while shooting nearly 41% on 5.7 threes per game.
He also shot nearly 90% from the free throw line and Peja made three all-star appearances in a loaded Western Conference. Had he played today, he would no doubt have been a more potent offensive player and scaled up to play power forward, where his size and shooting have been a terrifying weapon with increased spacing and more reliance on 3-point shooting than it was during the early to mid-2000s.
After the mid-2000s, Peja's numbers dipped, coinciding with a trade to the Indiana Pacers. He lasted just half a season there before signing with the New Orleans Hornets but he was clearly a different player by then. He later retired as a member of the Mavericks and won a championship with the 2011 team. Ultimately, Peja may be remembered by Kings fans primarily but not as much as he should among NBA fans in general now that 3-point shooting has become a more integral part of the game.