Sometimes, as HoopSpeak’s Beckley Mason points out, the best alley-oops come from the worst passes. I’m not sure if that’s technically an oxymoron, but it’s close enough.

And it’s the reason why Mo Williams remains the best alley-oop passer in recent memory, because that guy couldn’t get a lob close to the rim if he tried, which was very cool when he played with LeBron James. Bad passes are awesome.