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UPDATED: March 27, 2014, 2:08 p.m.
We keep track every day as Steve Nash pursues the all-time NBA free-throw percentage record. Join our community and help root for Steve!

"Real-Time" All-Time FT% Rank


PlayerFTMFTAFT%
1) Steve Nash305433780.904085
2) Mark Price213523620.903895
3) Rick Barry381842430.899835
4) Peja Stojakovic223725000.8948
5) Ray Allen439149110.894115
6) Chauncey Billips449650290.894015
7) Calvin Murphy344538640.891563
8) Scott Skiles154817410.889144
9) Reggie Miller623770260.887703
10) Larry Bird396044710.885708

How many in a row to take the lead


UPDATED: March 27, 2014, 2:08 p.m.

Steve Nash can overtake Mark Price and become the all-time NBA free-throw percentage leader if he makes the number of free-throws in the orange box IN A ROW.This number recalculates after each game and it reflects exactly what Steve currently needs to be #1.

Easy Comparison


Here's an easy way to compare the leaders. If everyone hypothetically had the same amount of attempts as Steve Nash 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.


PlayerFTMFTAFT%
1) Steve Nash305433780.904085
2) Mark Price3053.433780.903895
3) Rick Barry3039.633780.899835
4) Peja Stojakovic3022.633780.8948
5) Ray Allen3020.333780.894115
6) Chauncey Billips302033780.894015
7) Calvin Murphy3011.733780.891563
8) Scott Skiles3003.533780.889144
9) Reggie Miller2998.733780.887703
10) Larry Bird2991.933780.885708

And While We Are At It...


UPDATED: March 27, 2014, 2:08 p.m.
Playoff TotalsFTMFTAFT%
1) Mark Price2022140.943925
2) Steve Nash3914350.898851

Combined (Reg. Season + Playoffs)
1) Mark Price233725760.90722
2) Steve Nash344538130.903488

Here's how many in a row Nash needs to make to pass Mark Price if their playoff stats are included.

Price was money in the postseason.

Recent action


DateOpponentFTMFTA
03/28@Minnesota00
03/21Washington00
02/11Utah00
02/09Chicago22
02/07@Philadelphia34
02/04@Minnesota00
11/10Minnesota22
11/08@New Orleans00
11/07@Houston44
11/05@Dallas00
11/03Atlanta22
11/01@San Antonio34

And While We Are At It...


UPDATED: March 27, 2014, 2:08 p.m.
All Star TotalsFTMFTAFT%
1) Mark Price9100.9
2) Steve Nash010

Combined (Reg. Season + Playoffs + All Star)
1) Mark Price234625860.907193
2) Steve Nash344538140.903251

Just for fun, adding this completes the picture of all free throws taken as a pro.

The magic number increases a bit.

Where was Nash at the start of the current 2010/2011 season?


  FTM FTA FT%
Before this season 2804 3102 0.903933
Current Season 16 18 0.888889

* Number needed to make in a row before
  start of this season:

And While We Are At It...


UPDATED: March 27, 2014, 2:08 p.m.
College TotalsFTMFTAFT%
1) Steve Nash3704270.866511
2) Mark Price4244990.849699

Combined (Reg. Season + Playoffs + All Star + College)
1) Steve Nash381542410.899552
2) Mark Price277030850.897893

We dug deeper. If all free throws from college are added to the mix, Steve is the man.

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