2. Arron Afflalo, Knicks
The Compton, California native was brought in this summer to provide a second scoring alternative to Carmelo Anthony, and he sure has delivered. Afflalo has hit 37.6% of his threes, and his currently second on the Knicks with 14 points per game. He also has partaken in the three point shootout contest before, as a member of the Orlando Magic. One of the centerpieces in the Dwight Howard to the Lakers trade, Afflalo is often underappreciated as a 3-and-D player. However, a 38.4% career average on 3.1 attempts per game shows he’s quite the marksman from deep.