The Golden State Warriors have a rich franchise full of hall-of-fame caliber players and great shooters.
The greatest shooter of all time, Stephen Curry, is the NBA leader in three-pointers made.
His running mate and splash brother, Klay Thompson, is also one of the all-time greats from deep.
But, there is another player on the current Warriors that may not be seen as a three-point sniper.
That player is Draymond Green.
This past week, Green entered the top five in all-time made three-pointers in Warriors history.
Warriors all-time made 3s list:
1) Stephen Curry (3,248)
2) Klay Thompson (2,022)
3) Jason Richardson (700)
4) Tim Hardaway (602)
5) Draymond Green (591)
6) Chris Mullen (590)
— TheWarriorsTalk (@TheWarriorsTalk) January 1, 2023
It is quite surprising to see Green pass Chris Mullin at this point in his career.
Mullin played 13 seasons with the Warriors which he averaged 20.1 points per game and shot 36% from three.
But, the NBA has become a three-point shooting league of late, which it was not when Mullin played.
That is why Green already has 1873 attempts in 11 seasons when Mullin only took 1610 attempts in his tenure.
Either way, this is a very impressive feat for Green who has never been known as a shooter.
His defensive ability and facilitating are what make him special, now he can also enter the three-point shooting ranks.
It would be a surprise to see Green play anywhere else in his career.
So he should be able to finish as third in three-pointers made by the time he is set to retire.
He will only be behind his running mates Curry and Thompson.
Green has been known for his ability to hit clutch shots throughout his career.
So when teams are leaving him wide-open at the three-point line, he expects to make them pay.
This has been a very good season so far for Green, and he and the Warriors have their eyes set on another deep playoff run.