Miami Heat: The 10 Best Three-Point Shooters in Franchise History

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7. Voshon Lenard

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As the late great Hall of Famer and former Heat analyst Dr. Jack Ramsey would say after a made three, “Lenard! Lenard!” Lenard was a knock down assassin from behind the arc. Lenard played five seasons (1995-2000) in Miami — during those highly competitive rivalries versus the Chicago Bulls and New York Knicks — ranking fifth all-time with 473 threes made. He won the 2004 three-point contest as a member of the Denver Nuggets.

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Sauping R. Arguello is a freelance writer and NBA contributor at He has over twenty years of NBA expertise and is a Miami native who grew up alongside the Heat franchise since the days of the historic Miami Arena. If it's statistics, player comparisons or discussing which era was the most dominant, he's the guy to call. You can still catch him draining threes and analyzing games at a local park with fans...if his knees persist.