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Thursday, October 11th, 2012 at 1:55 pm  |  17 responses

LeBron James With a Reverse Putback Dunk (VIDEO)


LeBron James continues to fine-tune and expand his game. And that’s all fine and well. The monster throwdowns, though, are what truly move the needle. Just ask the fans in China last night, who saw the dunk above during an exhibition match between the Miami Heat and LA Clippers.

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  • ByAnyMeansNecessary

    Made it look easy.

  • 2 brains

    Just Nasty!

  • bike

    Makes you wanna smack your granny.

  • Max

    Schick.

  • Conor

    Most. Athletic. Player. Ever. (M.A.P.E.), an acronym/word that speaks to his overwhelming physical/statistical potential.

  • 1982

    She would understand

  • K_HOLIDAY

    That boy is goooood

  • JR

    He absolutely is the MAPE.

  • shutup

    Smooth

  • fruizm

    hahahahaha

  • tweaks

    he still has no style to his moves……yes he Is MAPE…but he has no grace to his dunks/crossovers..too stiff too robotic

  • http://www.facebook.com/BadBluue Czakó Balázs

    my version from the Heat – Clipps game
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnPyJB_SqIA

  • Havana

    Yeah dude is a bit of a paradox. He’s the game’s most gifted athlete yet struggles with changes of direction and agility and looks outright goofy sometimes. I remember Dallas saying that a defence that they devised for the finals was to cut of all “straigh lines” for Lebron, and corner him into making changes of direction. Watching him trying to implement even simple moves like DWades Head shot fake to draw a foul, while looking less than smooth is a bit headscratching. As a baller there are many other ballers whose moves I’d copy / learn before Lebron’s (Kobe, Melo, Manu, Rondo CP3 etc) yet the dude is such a beast that he dominates the League. You can’t really implement too many things that Lebron does cause they just wouldn’t make sense to anyone without his gifts.

  • Conor

    Agreed.

  • Kadavour

    LeBron doesn’t have teachable skills. With his greatest strength being athletic giftedness and his 2nd greatest strength – his passing ability and court vision (unteachable for the most part) – what does LeBron do better than everyone else that you can teach young ballers?

  • Slick Ric

    Look at the lebrontards….SMH. This is a true statement, not an indictment on him but he does look very stiff at times. Arguably, Still the most athletic though, just not fluid sometimes.

  • Doug E Fresh

    Production is all that matters. Who cares how they look?

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