NBA 2K20: Best bargain 3pt shooter point guards (PG) on MyTEAM under 30k – Kerr, Hodges, Free & more

Draining 3s will frustrate opponents and pick up wins. These guys can do it on a budget.


We all love those players who can shot the three-ball well, but in most circumstances, those three-point shooters tend to come at quite the cost.

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Having that fine balance in your squad is key. You need players who can dominate in the paint, but also those on the edge of the key ready to drain those three balls, and there are a whole load of them who can do it well.

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We have scoured through the market on NBA 2K20 to bring you the list of the best three point shooting point guards who you can pick up for less than 30k MT points.

’96 Steve Kerr (OVR 83)

Card type: Lights Out

Position: PG / SG

Team: ’95-’96 Chicago Bulls

Three point shot rating: 94


MyTEAM cost: 7.5k

The best three point shooting point guard which you can pick up for under 30k MT points is the NBA legend and current Warriors head coach Steve Kerr.

His ’95-’96 Chicago Bulls card may begin as an 83 rated with a whopping 94 three point shot, but as an evolution card you are able to improve this card through a series of challenges.

Completing all these challenges will see Kerr rise to a 94 OVR with a 98 three point shot! Not bad considering you can pick him up for just 7.5k. Get grinding!

’89 Craig Hodges (OVR 81)

Card type: Lights Out

Position: PG / SG

Team: ’88-’89 Chicago Bulls

Three point shot rating: 94

MyTEAM cost: 1.5k

The next name in the list, and also coming in at a 94 OVR three point shot rating, is the former Chicago Bulls three point machine Craig Hodges.

Hodges was an absolute animal from beyond the arc back in the 1990s, winning the three point shooting contest three times in a row between 1990-1992, and whilst his card may be quite average as an 81 OVR, he will drain that three ball with ease.

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Even better still, he will cost just 1.5k. Surely worth a spot in that second five to come and nail some points off the bench?

’88 World B. Free (OVR 91)

Card type: Legacy

Position: PG/SG

Team: Los Angeles Clippers

Three point shot rating: 93

MyTEAM cost: 12k

The third name in this top five list is the Prince of Midair, World B. Free.

Free was a bit of a journeyman during his ten year stint in the NBA, playing for no fewer than seven teams, however he is best known for his time with the Clippers, then based in San Diego.

In the 1979-80 season he averaged an impressive 30.2 PPG for the Clippers, shooting at 36% from three point range. You can pick up his 91-rated card for around 12k on MyTEAM currently.

’97 Kenny Smith (OVR 88)

Card type: Spotlight

Position: PG / SG

Team: ’93-’94 Houston Rockets

Three point shooting: 90

MyTEAM cost: 2.5k

Continuing with the theme of past greats rather than present players, we have the ’97 spotlight version of former Houston Rocket Kenny Smith.

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‘The Jet’ spent six years in Houston with the Rockets, and whilst he may not have been known for his point scoring, Kenny was a consistent threat from deep. His most memorable performance was when he dropped seven three pointers in Game One of Houston’s 1995 NBA Finals sweep of the Magic.

He is handed a 90 rated three ball shot on NBA 2K20 and can be picked up for just 2.5k.

’06 Nick Van Exel (OVR 92)

Card Type: Prime VIP

Position: PG / SG

Club: ’97-’98 Los Angeles Lakers

Three point shot rating: 89

MyTEAM Cost: 14.5k

The last name to make the list is the former LA Laker Nick ‘The Quick’ Van Exel.

It is the second list which we have featured this particular card in – with Nick having also featured in the top five fastest PG list – however it is his three ball shooting which we are focusing on here.

Van Exel comes in with an 89 in that department, to add to his 92 OVR rating. For 14.5k he is one of the better budget PG’s which you can pick up in the game today.


Tom Young

20 year old student currently studying Sports Journalism at the University of South Wales.

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