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The “50–40–90 club” is an informal statistic used to rate athletes in the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). It requires a player to achieve all three criteria of 50% field goal percentage, 40% three-point field goal percentage and 90% free throw percentage by the end of the regular season. To qualify, a player must attain the statistical minimums for any league-leading title; since 2013, the NBA requires 300 field goals, 82 three-pointers and 125 free throws by the end of the season. In NBA and WNBA history, only nine players have recorded a 50–40–90 season. The latest player, the WNBA’s first, was Elena Delle Donne in 2019.
50–40–90 indicates a great all-around attacking performance and is considered the gold standard for shooters. Only Steve Nash (four times) and Larry Bird (twice) have had repeat 50–40–90 seasons. Nash’s lifetime 49–43–90 regular season average is the closest anyone has come to achieving a career 50–40–90 mark. Nash’s lifetime 47–40–90 playoff average is the closest anyone has come to achieving a career 50–40–90 mark in the playoffs. Dirk Nowitzki is the only member that falls short of the updated minimum requirement for three-pointers; he finished with 72 threes in 2007, before the change in requirements in 2013.