Those are not the words you want to hear from a career 32.5 percent three-point shooter like Walker.
But today's NBA features some anti-Walkers—players you actually want to see putting them up from downtown.
Players need to make at least 55 three-point field goals to qualify for the NBA’s league leaders. Since the NBA season is approximately half over, the players on this list have made at least 28 three-pointers this year, putting them on pace to qualify as the NBA's best three-point shooter.
In his 11th NBA season, Mike Dunleavy is enjoying his best year from beyond the arc.
His 44 percent mark eclipses his previous high of 42.4 percent set in 2007-2008 with the Indiana Pacers.
Dunleavy's best game from downtown this season came on November 3rd against the Cleveland Cavaliers, when he went 6-of-7 from beyond the arc and scored a season-high 29 points in the Milwaukee Bucks win.
All-Star snub Stephen Curry is having the best season of his four-year NBA career, putting up career highs in points (20.9) and assists (6.6).
He is also lighting it up from deep this year, hitting 45.1 percent of his three-point attempts. His career 44.4 three-point percentage is second best in NBA history, trailing only Steve Kerr's 45.4 percent.
This is the fourth season in a row in which Kyle Korver has made at least 41.5 percent of this three-point attempts.
Korver's 46 percent this year is the second best of his 10-year career, trailing only his remarkable 2009-2010 season when he led the league at 53.6 percent. On Friday night, Korver lit up against the Boston Celtics, going 8-of-12 from downtown.
Matt Bonner has consistently been among the NBA's top three-point shooters throughout his nine-year career, but 2012-2013 has been his best season to date.
Bonner's 46.3 percent leads the NBA and gives him the best mark of his career. Bonner led the NBA in three-point percentage in 2010-2011 and is poised to repeat that feat this year.
Had enough of the league's best shooters? Take a look at the NBA's worst three-point bricklayers at the halfway point. Some of the names may surprise you.