The 30 Worst NBA All-Stars Of All-Time

30. Mo Williams

Williams can owe his lone All-Star appearance in 2009 to being on a team with LeBron James. The Cavs boasted the best record in the Eastern Conference leading up to the All-Star break, and it’s typically unusual for a No. 1 seed to only have one representative — hence Williams’ inclusion despite other more deserving options. James also played a fairly significant role in helping Williams win his one and only NBA title as members of the 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers.

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