NBA Three-Pointers Made Leader Odds 2024

Kenny Ducey
Last Updated: Oct 20, 2023

The 2023-24 NBA season is just around the corner, and with the arrival of the season, plenty of folks are flocking to sportsbooks to get their futures bets in before things play out on the court.

Below, we’ll look at the leaders for three-pointers made. While Stephen Curry is once again a runaway favorite, there are plenty of candidates behind him to take the crown, including a couple who even made more threes than Curry last season.

Let’s break down the latest NBA 3PM leader odds.

NBA Three-Pointers Made Leader Odds

NBA odds used for these three-point leader best bets are current as of [date] and courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook.

  • Stephen Curry (-150)
  • Damian Lillard (+700)
  • Klay Thompson (+1100)
  • Anfernee Simons (+1500)
  • LaMelo Ball (+1800)
  • Donovan Mitchell (+1800)
  • Buddy Hield (+2500)
  • Luka Doncic (+2500)
  • Desmond Bane (+3200)
  • Jayson Tatum (+3200)
  • Jordan Poole (+3500)

Who Will Lead the NBA in Three-Pointers Made in 2024?

Stephen Curry (-150)

Curry has played 14 seasons in the NBA, and he’s led the league in threes in seven of those campaigns. Last season, he finished third with 273 threes made, marking the first time he didn’t take home the honor since 2019-20 when he played just five games due to injury.

At 35 years old, Curry is showing no signs of slowing down, knocking down 42.7% of his looks from three a season ago to put up his best season in five years.

You know he will take his fair share of shots from three, finishing sixth in that category last season, and with the rate at which he knocks them down, he’s always a safe bet here. It seems only injury can derail this bet.

NBA Three-Point Leader Favorites

Damian Lillard (+700)

The newest Bucks guard has never led the league in three-pointers made, yet he finds himself with the second-best odds to do so over at FanDuel.

It certainly makes sense, considering Lillard took the fourth-most threes in the league last season, but he shot just 37.1% from deep. It was an improvement upon his poor 32.4% season in 2021-22, but it doesn’t appear his shot is in good enough shape to warrant consideration to lead the league in threes made.

Klay Thompson (+1100)

Thompson, barring injury, should finish the season ahead of everyone else in this category. He attempted the most threes in the league last year (731), while Jayson Tatum finished second with 686 attempts. Additionally, he finished first in threes made, beating out Buddy Hield 301 to 288.

It was Thompson’s first time leading the league in threes attempted or made. Still, considering he’s two years younger than Curry and showing no signs of slowing down in terms of his shooting ability, he may wind up driving the ship offensively for Golden State.

NBA Three-Point Leader Contenders

Anfernee Simons (+1500)

There’s a new generation of superstars just behind the familiar names we have on the board here, and Simons will certainly take home the three-point crown at some point.

He has a ton of ability with the ball in his hands, shooting 38.7% from three for his career, and with Damian Lillard gone, he should be given the keys to the offense.

That means a lot more threes launched, and with Simons’ silky-smooth stroke, I think he can absolutely challenge for this crown.

Donovan Mitchell (+1800)

Mitchell is just hitting his peak at 27 years of age, and like the names above, he should be given the green light to take just about any shot he wants out there as Cleveland’s go-to guy on offense.

Mitchell has averaged roughly 20.5 attempts from the field in each of the last three seasons, but interestingly enough, he’s taken more threes in the last two seasons, coming in at 9.3 per game last season and 9.8 in 2021-22.

Mitchell clearly loves the three-ball, and he did have a bounce-back year shooting the ball from deep at 38.6% last season after a tough campaign the year prior. He finished fourth in threes made a year ago, and if he can improve his shooting marginally, this will be his title to lose.

NBA Three-Point Leader Sleepers

Buddy Hield (+2500)

Unlike many other names on this list, Hield doesn’t have to worry about fluctuating shooting numbers. He has the ability to knock down threes, unlike anyone else except maybe Curry.

A season ago, he posted his third-best percentage ever, shooting 42.5% from behind the arc.

Hield finished third in threes attempted a year ago and hits at such a high rate that he could steal this award with either an injury to a top shooter or a strong season from Indiana – something that’s likely with its young core. He was only 13 away from doing it in 2022-23.

Jayson Tatum (+3200)

Tatum was one of just two players with more threes attempted than Hield a year ago, but unlike the Pacers’ shooting guard, he didn’t find himself in the top five of threes made.

His need to shoot off the dribble as Boston’s primary ballhandler has held him back from incredible numbers from three, but with Jrue Holiday in town, that could all change.

Tatum used to be an excellent three-point shooter, hitting at over 40% in his first three NBA seasons before taking on a more prominent role offensively.

While we can expect him to shoot plenty once again this year, it’s possible more of his looks could go down as he plays off the ball. If that happens, he shoots threes with enough volume to win this award.


Kenny Ducey

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