Free throws seem like they should be the easiest part of basketball – they're called "free" for a reason, after all. In the NBA, it's a chance for a player to catch his breath, hear some encouraging words from his teammates, and enjoy the mellifluous sounds of the Thunderstix.
Of course, even without a defensive player sticking his hand in the shooter's face, some players have trouble putting the ball through the net – while others have developed unusual methods just to get it there. Just in time for the NBA Finals, here are 15 of the wildest and weirdest free-throw shooters in league history, sorted by their lifetime percentage at the charity stripe.
Because, as we all know, nothing in life is free. By Gavin Edwards