But everyone loves the way he sets up his L.A. Clippers teammates with a seemingly endless array of ridiculous alley-oops.
Sure, it helps that Paul has some of the league's best high-altitude finishers in Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan and even Eric Bledsoe. But that doesn't change the fact that the one constant in Lob City's army of dunkers is its floor general.
And Paul is particularly adept at coordinating devastating air strikes.
Before we run through CP3's best lobs from the 2012-13 season, note that the ranking criteria isn't particularly rigid. There'll be points for style, degree of difficulty, accuracy and ingenuity.
And "general awesomeness" will also be among the key factors.
Basically, there's a technical component as well as a fuzzy metric that measures how high you jumped out of your chair when you saw the lob in question for the first time.
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