One of the best shooters this decade has decided to call it a career today. After 13 seasons of draining three-pointers, Peja Stojakovic has decided to retire. If you don’t remember, Stojakovic played on all those great Sacramento teams in the early 2000’s. He had his best season in ’03-’04, when he averaged 24.2 ppg, shooting 44.3% from the three-point line. Stojakovic averaged 17 ppg for his career and is a career 40% three-point shooter. He spent time with five different teams (Indiana, Sacramento, New Orleans, Toronto, and Dallas) throughout his career. He won his first ring with the Dallas Mavericks this past season. He will go down as one of the best three-point shooters to ever play in the NBA.