Top 8 long-range sharpshooters in Detroit Pistons’ history
#5: Bojan Bogdanovic- 41.1%
Bojan Bogdanovic has only played one season for the Detroit Pistons, but he put together one of the best shooting performances in team history, narrowly missing the 50/40/90 club.
With Cade Cunningham returning next season and more shooters around him, Bogdanovic could have a chance to climb this list, as he is going to get more open shots and won’t be relied upon heavily to create his own as he was last season.
Bogdanovic had to play in isolation way more than the Pistons would have liked with Cunningham injured, but with him back and improved point guard play from Jaden Ivey and Monte Morris, Bogs should be able to slide into a smaller role which should include a lot of catch-and-shoot 3-point shots.
And that’s good news for the Pistons, as Bogs hit 45.5 percent of his catch-and-shoot 3-pointers last season, so we could see him closer to that number overall.
He has a chance to be near the top of this list if he plays another full season with Detroit.