The 75 greatest NBA players of the 2010s, ranked

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74) Kyle Korver

Prolific sharpshooter Kyle Korver didn't put up monster offensive numbers during the 2010s, averaging 9.7 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 709 games. Be that as it may, he was one of the best shooters in the NBA throughout his career.

Actually, he drilled an impressive 1,514 threes and shot 44.5% from deep for the Utah Jazz, Chicago Bulls, Atlanta Hawks, and Cleveland Cavaliers in the decade. Although he started less than half of the 709 games he played in the decade, he still made the all-star team as a member of the Hawks.

He led the league in 3-point percentage that year in 2014–15, drilling 49.2% of his six attempts per game. That marked the third time in his career that he did so, with him leading the NBA in 3-point shooting three times during the 2010s.

That skill made him incredibly valuable, with him helping the Hawks win 60 games and the Cavs go to the NBA Finals in 2016–17 and 17–18. Even though he wouldn't win a championship and has one of the lowest scoring averages of anyone on this list, Korver's making an all-star team and leading the league in a major category guarantees him a place among the best players of the 2010s.