One of the most debated topics for NBA fans is who the best shooter of all time is. The names of Ray Allen and Reggie Miller have continuously been included in the discussions, and the opinion of the public has remained divided between them.
Now, Chicago Bulls guard Dwyane Wade has weighed in on the argument, and made it known that he will choose his former teammate with the Miami Heat, to take on a game-winning shot. He responded to the question via his Twitter account and reminded his followers about the epic shot Allen knocked down in Game 6 of the Finals in 2013, which ultimately led them to the title that year.
Game 6… enough said https://t.co/r5spC8ADtK
— DWade (@DwyaneWade) July 23, 2017
The player also popularly known as Jesus Shuttlesworth, the movie character he played in the movie “He got game,” won two championships, and was also named an All-Star 10-times during his stellar career. However, he will be more famously remembered for the shot he made four years ago, which adds to his great legacy as a professional as well.
Allen and Miller are at the top of the most made 3-pointers list in NBA history, and have strong cases to be considered the best shooter ever. However, with Wade having the opportunity to play with Allen for two seasons, it’s very understandable why he is taking him over the Indiana Pacers legend.