Kyle Korver made his debut with the NBA a whopping 17 years ago in 2003.
In his 17 years, he has jumped around 11 different teams. The Creighton alum hit a brief stride in his career when he made the All-Star team in the 2014-2015 season while playing for the Atlanta Hawks.
At the time, Korver was shooting an impressive 49% from the three-point line. Three-pointers have been one of Korver’s strong suits, shooting as well as 53% from the 3-point line in some seasons.
He’s recorded the highest three-point shooting percentage in the NBA four times.
Among Korver’s other random strong-suits is his free-throw shooting as he averages 88% from the line. In his 2006-2007 season with the Philadelphia 76ers, he shot the highest free-throw percentage in the NBA (91.4%).
Regardless of his shaky past with some teams and limited time as he ages, the 6-foot-7 small forward could be a wild card for the Warriors, and interesting addition to complement the team’s strengths.