Updated June 12, 2017, 4:00 pm

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How many in a row to take the ft% lead?
Updated June 12, 2017, 4:00 pm
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Steph Curry can overtake Steve Nash and become the all-time NBA free-throw percentage leader if he makes the number of free-throws in the yellow box IN A ROW. This number recalculates after each game and it reflects exactly what Steph currently needs to be #1.


For further details, including what happens if playoffs are included, all-star games, college stats, and even the Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf controversy, scroll down. Follow Steph here as he tries to become the all-time leader!


all-time nba ft% rank (regular season)
Updated June 12, 2017, 4:00 pm


Player
FTM
FTA
FT%
1) Steve Nash
3054
3378
0.904085
2) Mark Price
2135
2362
0.903895
3) Stephen Curry
1993
2212
0.900995
4) Rick Barry
3818
4243
0.899835
5) Peja Stojakovic
2237
2500
0.894800
6) Ray Allen
4391
4911
0.894115
7) Chauncey Billips
4496
5029
0.894015
8) Calvin Murphy
3445
3864
0.891563
9) Scott Skiles
1548
1741
0.889144
10) J.J. Redick
1421
1600
0.888125
Easy Comparison

Here’s an easy way to compare the leaders. If everyone hypothetically had the same amount of attempts as Stephen Curry as of today’s update, here’s how many “made” free-throws each would have (FTM). It’s a close race, but it’s hard to gain ground on guys making 9 of 10 repeatedly.

Updated June 12, 2017, 4:00 pm
Player
FTM
FTA
FT%
1) Steve Nash
1999.8
2212
0.904085
2) Mark Price
1999.4
2212
0.903895
3) Stephen Curry
1993
2212
0.900995
4) Rick Barry
1990.4
2212
0.899835
5) Peja Stojakovic
1979.3
2212
0.894800
6) Ray Allen
1977.8
2212
0.894115
7) Chauncey Billips
1977.6
2212
0.894015
8) Calvin Murphy
1972.1
2212
0.891563
9) Scott Skiles
1966.8
2212
0.889144
10) J.J. Redick
1964.5
2212
0.888125
What if we add Playoff totals?
225

This is how many in a row Curry needs to make to pass Steve Nash and Mark Price if their playoff stats are included. Price was money in the postseason.

Updated June 12, 2017, 4:00 pm
Playoff Totals
FTM
FTA
FT%
1) Mark Price
202
214
0.943925
2) Steve Nash
391
435
0.898851
3) Stephen Curry
335
377
0.877698
Combined (Reg. Season + Playoffs)
FTM
FTA
FT%
1) Mark Price
2337
2576
0.907220
2) Steve Nash
3445
3813
0.903488
3) Stephen Curry
2328
2589
0.899189
Most Recent Action
Date
Opponent
FTM
FTA
06/09
@Cleveland
4
5
06/07
@Cleveland
5
5
06/04
Cleveland
14
14
06/01
Cleveland
0
0
05/22
@San Antonio
3
3
05/20
@San Antonio
2
2
05/16
San Antonio
7
7
05/14
San Antonio
5
7
05/08
@Utah
8
8
05/06
@Utah
8
9
Most Recent Action
Date
Opponent
FTM
FTA
06/09
@Cleveland
4
5
06/07
@Cleveland
5
5
06/04
Cleveland
14
14
06/01
Cleveland
0
0
05/22
@San Antonio
3
3
05/20
@San Antonio
2
2
05/16
San Antonio
7
7
05/14
San Antonio
5
7
05/08
@Utah
8
8
05/06
@Utah
8
9
What if we add Playoff totals?
225

This is how many in a row Curry needs to make to pass Steve Nash and Mark Price if their playoff stats are included. Price was money in the postseason.

Updated June 12, 2017, 4:00 pm
Playoff Totals
FTM
FTA
FT%
1) Mark Price
202
214
0.943925
2) Steve Nash
391
435
0.898851
3) Stephen Curry
335
377
0.877698
Combined (Reg. Season + Playoffs)
FTM
FTA
FT%
1) Mark Price
2337
2576
0.907220
2) Steve Nash
3445
3813
0.903488
3) Stephen Curry
2328
2589
0.899189
While We're at it - All Star Games!
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Just for fun, adding this completes the picture of all free throws taken as a pro. The magic number decreases a bit.

Updated June 12, 2017, 4:00 pm
All-Star Totals
FTM
FTA
FT%
1) Stephen Curry
2
2
1.000
2) Mark Price
9
10
0.900
3) Steve Nash
0
1
0.000
Combined (Reg. Season + Playoffs + All Stars)
FTM
FTA
FT%
1) Mark Price
2346
2586
0.907193
2) Steve Nash
3445
3814
0.903251
3) Stephen Curry
2330
2591
0.899267
where was curry at the start of the current 2016/2017 season?
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* Number needed to make in a row before start of this season.

Updated June 12, 2017, 4:00 pm
FTM
FTA
FT%
Before this season
1668
1850
0.901622
Current Season
325
362
0.897790
What if we add college stats?
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We dug deeper. If all free throws from college are added to the mix, the results change. Should this count? Add a comment!

Updated June 12, 2017, 4:00 pm
College Totals
FTM
FTA
FT%
1) Stephen Curry
479
547
0.875686
2) Steve Nash
370
427
0.866511
3) Mark Price
424
499
0.849699
Combined (Reg. Season + Playoffs + All Stars + College)
FTM
FTA
FT%
1) Steve Nash
3815
4241
0.899552
2) Mark Price
2770
3085
0.897893
3) Stephen Curry
2809
3138
0.895156

The Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf Situation.

Who is the true all-time free-throw percentage leader? Many would say it's Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf. During his eight year career from 1990-1998, Abdul-Rauf (formerly known as Chris Jackson) shot 1051-1161 from the line, for a (rounded) percentage of .905.

The official statistic recognized by the NBA requires that a player attempt 1200 free-throws in his career in order to qualify for the title of all-time leader in FT%. Abdul-Rauf falls only 39 attempts short of this mark.

The table to the right shows how many Steph Curry would need to make in a row in order to pass Abdul-Rauf, and erase all doubt!

including mahmoud abdul-rauf!
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Updated June 12, 2017, 4:00 pm
Regular Season Totals
FTM
FTA
FT%
1) Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf
1051
1161
0.905254
2) Steve Nash
3054
3378
0.904085
3) Mark Price
2135
2362
0.903895
4) Stephen Curry
1993
2212
0.900995
5) Rick Barry
3818
4243
0.899835
6) Peja Stojakovic
2237
2500
0.894800
7) Ray Allen
4391
4911
0.894115
8) Chauncey Billips
4496
5029
0.894015
9) Calvin Murphy
3445
3864
0.891563
10) Scott Skiles
1548
1741
0.889144
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