I felt just wrong leaving Duncan off of this list entirely, but this is a list of current NBA players, so Duncan doesn't get credit for his backboard-beating shots of years past.
Even though Father Time is just about lapping Duncan, he still has one of the most steady mid-range shots in the game.
The 6'11'' Duncan has made a strong case as the best power forward of all time.
Being an undersized power forward—6'9''—Randolph has always had to rely on his touch in order for him to outshine taller players.
Having a wide frame allows for him to be near the tops of rebounding totals, but he has great range on his jumper...although he fancies himself a three-point shooter at times too much for my liking.
Boozer has one of the uglier shots in the league, but somehow his long release where he whips the ball behind his head is effective.
He too suffers from the same lack of height that Z-Bo is afflicted with at 6'9'', so spacing the floor with an adequate jumper is a must.
I guess if you practice enough, you can make a hideous shot look pretty when it splashes through the net.
Talk about a metamorphosis, KG was a supreme athlete coming into the league, and he really didn't need to have a top-notch jumper.
The current version of Garnett, however, is a jump-shot-shooting fiend.
At 6'11'', KG may be on par with Boozer's shot in terms of palatability, but with the way he shoots it over his head, he is nearly impossible to block.