Yes, "he's got game." Not the movie, although he starred in it alongside Denzel Washington, but on the court, of course.
With arguably the smoothest stroke the league has ever seen, the top spot shouldn't come as much of a surprise.
Ray Allen owns the number one spot on this list for his three-point shot which is arguably the best of all-time. The argument is undoubtedly between him and Miller, although Ray takes the cake in this one.
In 2001, Allen won the league's three-point contest while a member of the Milwaukee Bucks. He is also tied with Miller for the most seasons leading the league in three-pointers made. His eight three-pointers in one half is also tied for the most in NBA history. His 39.8% from distance is just 0.3% better than Miller's.
Currently, he is a member of the Boston Celtics, where in the 2007-2008 season, Allen won an NBA title with the help of potential Hall of Famers in Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett.
Over his career he has been know to constantly put in the extra time to improve his jumper. Despite approaching his final seasons in the league, this season he has posted an impressive 47.8% mark from distance, which would stand as a career-high.
In his 15th season, he has hit 2,533 three-pointers made, which is just 27 shy of Reggie Miller's NBA record of 2,560. At the pace that Allen is making them this season, he should edge out Miller's mark by mid-to-late February.
In the words of Reggie Miller, in an interview with Ray Allen on TNT's Overtime, Allen is the "soon to be three-point king."