Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Mo Williams demonstrated his long-range shooting abilities during last night's win at Oklahoma City. The Cavs led by four points with 4:15 left in regulation, but a LeBron James pass was swatted away with seven seconds left on the shot clock. Williams retrieved the ball beyond the half-court line, but with only two seconds remaining on the shot clock, he was forced to lob up a shot immediately. The 48-foot heave sailed swiftly through the net, causing cries of disbelief from the opposition crowd. Williams finished with 22 points on the night, half of which were scored in the fourth quarter, and the Cavs won, 102-89.