Given that Steph Curry is the best shooter in the history of the NBA, you could easily vote for him to win the award every year. However, this season has a ton of outstanding shooters who are just getting started. In Kyrie Irving’s opinion, Yuta Watanabe of the Nets is the best shooter in the NBA.
Watanabe is currently the finest shooter in the world, according to Irving. “We want him to stay confident and shoot the possibilities he gets out there because he makes the game easier for us. We have guys willing to sacrifice their bodies night-to-night, and you want to reward them, especially when they’re shooting the ball well. Stats justify it now. In the top league in the world, he is the best shooter.”
Yuta Watanabe is the best three-point shooter in the NBA in terms of percentage. He only makes three shots every game, yet his shooting percentage is an impressive 57.1%. A player like Kevin Huerter, who shoots 50% on seven attempts a game, could be the subject of defense.
Whether you believe Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Huerter, or any other NBA player is the best shooter in the world, you must admire Yuta Watanabe. There is a reason why no one else is shooting 57.1% from three, which is nothing to laugh at.