5. Josh Smith
4. Blake Griffin
3. Roy Hibbert
2. Andray Blatche
1. Tyreke Evans | G | Sacramento Kings
eFG% on jumpers: 32.4 percent (11.0 percent lower than NBA average) | Brick Index: 1.98
Even as Evans was looking like a future star during his rookie season, his weak shooting stood out as a deficiency he'd need to correct in order to reach his potential. Now in his fourth season, it's becoming clear that Evans is probably never going to fix the problem. In fact, his eFG% on jumpers since the lockout is actually 3.2 percentage points worse (relative to the league average) than it was in his first two seasons. Evans is a career 76.6 percent foul shooter, so he has the stroke to be decent from the field, but it's all about shot selection. Evans takes nine jumpers per 40 minutes despite the poor conversion rate, and most of those shots come after taking on the defense by himself (only 23.8 percent of his made jumpers are assisted). The conundrum with Evans is that he can't play effectively without the ball in his hands, but also can't be trusted to call his own number less when he does have the rock. Unless he solves that dilemma, expect the bricklaying to continue.