During his 15-year NBA career, Michael Cage was a hard-working defender who was known for his rebounding prowess. The 14th selection in the 1984 NBA draft, Cage amassed 8,646 rebounds, good enough for 50th place on the all-time list.
But there’s another, less-known, stat where Cage’s name sits atop the NBA all-time list. In his career, Cage attempted 25 three-point shots. He made none of them. Cage is thus the NBA player with the most three-point shots taken in a career who never made a three-pointer.
Here’s a look at the 14 players in NBA history who attempted 15 or more three-point shots in their careers who never made one of them. (Four of the players on the list are active players and will likely have an opportunity to get their names off this list.)