Hit a jumper! Make that 17-footer! You're wide open! More than a few of us have been frustrated by seeing an All-Star talent player not being able to make a simple jumper or the wide open three. Many like Antoine Walker were willing to throw up shots and shoot a very low percentage. Others are just unwilling to put shots up just due to the lack of improvement in their outside game.
That is what is at focus in this article—ten players who are on the rise or have been above solid players in the league who can drastically or decently improve their games with a better shot. I am thinking in terms of a jumper, but a three-pointer could be relevant as well.
The ability to make them a go to guy with the game on the line is also a main factor. Everyone of these players have been secondary with the exception of one (maybe two) depending on the opinion of each person. The improvement I'm looking for here could make the talented underachiever an All-Star and an All-Star a Superstar.
Here's the 10 that most need to improve to reach the next level.