5. Carmelo Anthony, Knicks
One of the most potent scorers in today’s NBA, Carmelo Anthony’s offensive repitoire is quite expansive. He can post up, hit from midrange, and, of course, knock down threes. He is a volume shooter, and has attempted over 4 three pointers per game in his last five seasons. His career mark is 34.4 percent, but he posted career highs of 40% and 37.9% in 2013-14 and 2012-13, respectively. He also has a penchant for hitting big threes, like when he sunk a game tying and game winning triple against the Chicago Bulls in the 2011-12 season.