Indiana Pacers guard Lance Stephenson currently leads the league in triple-doubles, with two in the first month of the season. How does a player record two triple-doubles in one month? Well, it helps if you can pile up the assists by throwing behind-the-back passes which defy the laws of physics.
Usually, coaches will tell a player to avoid leaving his feet to pass. But coaches rarely say anything to a player about leaving his feet, catching a pass from the corner and then whipping a behind-the-back dime to the opposite corner before touching the ground...because most human beings can't do that.
Was Stephenson done after that pass? Of course he wasn't. He also found time to hit Paul George with yet another behind-the-back pass. And he finished off his night by threading the needle to Luis Scola on the break. He loses points for that last pass because he could actually see Scola when he threw it.