We all remember earlier in the year how Kevin Love of the Minnesota Timberwolves stole the show and took out the 3-Point Contest at the All-Star Weekend. In case you missed it, you can get right up to speed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOv6VTK3S4U Love takes the title of the best three-point shooter in the league. It's worth exploring though just how accurate that title really is though because, despite his title, Love is not the most dangerous man from outside the arc. Love is attempting an average of 5.1 three-point shots per game, and around 2.0 of them are going in. For those either with a calculator in front of them, or incredibly good at maths, you'll be able to figure out that he's shooting at roughly 0.387 from downtown. Strong, but not the best in the league. The best shooting percentage from downtown would fall to Steve Novak of the New York Knicks whose 0.478 is almost a full point ahead of Love. As far as percentages go, the Minnesota star ranks 35th across the league for three-point percentage, though that number does increase for total three-pointers. Because Love is attempting so many three's per game, his overall totals are going to be high, and the 101 that he's made so far for the season sees him come in fifth overall. However, Ryan Anderson of the Orlando Magic is nearly a full 50 ahead of Love, sitting at 150 for the year. Anderson, who averages 7.0 attempts per game, is currently striking at 0.413 for the year—all numbers higher than Kevin Love, the three-point champion. So maybe Anderson is the real three-point champion after all, and not Kevin Love. Just goes to show that maybe these titles aren't all that accurate after all.