The greatest 3-point shooter in NBA history (for now) teamed up with James for the final two seasons of his Hall of Fame career when he was a sharpshooter rather than the awesome athlete that entered the NBA as the fifth pick in the 1996 draft. So we’re not going to get crazy and rank Ray higher than Wade, Bosh, or Irving because Allen took his talents down to South Beach in the middle of the Big 3’s run and only won one title with James. But other than Irving, we’d argue there’s nobody LeBron has played with that he’d trust more to hit a big shot from the perimeter when it mattered most than Jesus Shuttlesworth. —AC