Anthony Tolliver only needs to play for one more franchise to catch the active leader in that category, Ish Smith. He’s at 9 right now. He’s played for San Antonio, Portland (what), Golden State (played a part in getting Curry his first trip-dub), Minnesota (had knee rubbed by Michael Beasley), Atlanta, Charlotte (Bobcats), Phoenix (somehow I totally forgot about this), Detroit, Sacramento, and now Detroit again. He’s only signed for this year and then his contract is up, so there’s probably a good chance he finds a new team to shoot threes for.
If he could play for three more different teams, he could tie the all-time mark of 12. This one would be a little harder, since he’s already 32 and already kind of useless in most facets of the game. He can shoot threes and sometimes play defense, and that’s about it. Then again, that’s what a ton of teams want in an end-of-bench big, so maybe it can happen.