8. Kyrie Irving, Cleveland Cavaliers
Maybe the most under the radar elite shooters in the NBA today, Kyrie Irving took his first step onto the national stage when he won the 2013 Three-Point Contest at All Star Weekend.
Irving’s lethal jumper makes all other aspects of his game more dangerous. His elite shooting touch is often overshadowed by his flashy ball-handling and the fact that he has to run the entire Cleveland Cavaliers offense. But much like Stephen Curry, he is an elite point guard who can create for others, and find his own shot off the dribble.
Look for Irving to join the 40-50-90 club soon. (This is when a player shoots 40 percent on three-pointers, 50 percent from the field and 90 percent from the free-throw line.)
Also, look for Australia to try to lure him to their national team every year for his entire career; he carries dual citizenship.