These Are The Top 4-Point Shooters In BIG3 History
By Derek Little March 9, 2020
The coveted four-point shot is 30-feet away from the basket and difficult to make. But, it can really help a team change momentum or be the difference between winning and losing. We list the top four-point shooters through the first three seasons of the BIG3.
Ricky Davis – 3
Davis notched all three of his four-pointers in season 2 of the BIG3, where he ended up tied for the most four-pointers in the 2018 campaign. Davis, captain of Ghost Ballers, could certainly shoot up this leaderboard with his ability to shoot and create space for himself.
Baron Davis – 3
Formerly of 3’s Company, Davis hit three 4-pointers in the 2018 season, tied for the most in season 2.
Rashard Lewis – 3
Even with being injured for most of season 2, Lewis has managed to put together two MVP caliber seasons with Three-Headed Monsters. In season 1, he hit 2 four-point shots on the way to the championship. While in season 3, he also notched 1 four-point shot. He’ll have a shot to move up in the history books next season.
Chauncey Billups – 4
Billups hit all four of his career four-pointers in season one of the BIG3. In 2017, the league had the most four-pointers attempted by teams.
Xavier Silas – 4
The first ever BIG3 player to get called up to an NBA team, Xavier Silas went 100% from the four-point spot in 2019, making two out of two attempts for the Ball Hogs. In year one, Silas also hit two four-point shots. Silas was a part of Power’s championship team in 2018 and is known as a great shooter in the league.
Rashad McCants – 4
McCants, the number one pick in season one, hit three four-pointers in year one and one in year two. McCants led Trilogy to the first and only undefeated season in the inaugural year of the BIG3.
David Hawkins – 4
2018 MVP candidate and one of Trilogy’s most reliable players, Hawkins has been one of the most consistent performers in league history. During his red-hot 2018 season, Hawkins had three four-pointers, tied for the most in the league that year. Last season, Hawkins also had one four-pointer as he moved to Trilogy from Tri-State.
Nate Robinson – 4
One of the most electric athletes in the BIG3, Nate Robinson couples his athleticism with serious range. In 2018, he tied for most four-pointers in the league with three made. Last season, he added one more to his career total and we surely expect him to drop more 4’s in 2020.
Joe Johnson – 4
Iso-Joe, sub-zero Joe, they have a lot of nicknames for last season’s MVP and champion, Joe Johnson. He’s only played in the BIG3 for one season (and yes, he’s back for 2020), but he’s already all over the BIG3 history books. Last season, he doubled the next best in made four-pointers with four, with two of them being game winners. Expect him to continue his meteoric rise to the top of every statistic we calculate.
Dermarr Johnson – 5
One of the first to sign-up for the BIG3 back in 2017, Johnson has been a consistent threat from deep with 3’s Company. With range and his tall 6’9″ frame, it makes him difficult to guard and defend. In the BIG3’s inaugural season, Johnson made three of his 11 attempts from 30-feet away. In both season two and three, Johnson has added one four-pointer made.
Mike Bibby – 8
One of the league’s initial additions back in 2017, Mike Bibby led all four-point scorers in the league’s first season with six made four-pointers (40% from 4). In seasons two and three, Bibby notched one four-pointer made per season. Although he is three ahead of anyone else, Bibby has now opted to coach Aliens and therefore has opened the door for one of the players below him to take the crown.