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Wednesday, November 6th, 2013 at 9:30 am  |  16 responses

Jonas Valanciunas Dunks on LeBron James (VIDEO)

Sorry, King.

All anyone will remeber from last night’s Heat/Raptors game is LeBron James dominating Toronto to the tune of 35 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists. However, we’d be remiss if Jonas Valanciunas’ big dunk over James wasn’t acknowledged.

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  • insaneinthemembrane

    Horrible D fom wade

  • @iamMrjump

    Salute – No one talks about when LBJ eats nuts, lol oops that rarely happens

  • pposse

    yes yes yes!

  • http://soundcloud.com/tray-8 T-Ray

    Really? I suppose so. Nice flush but definitely didn’t body him.

  • Dfrance

    So glad the refs didin’t blow a charge on Battier’s floppin azz.

  • http://twitter.com/niQknacks niQ

    Yes Valanciunas! Get em!

  • Lloyd

    Early on Valanciunas was literally doing whatever he wanted inside. The Heat didn’t have an answer for him he was just too big and too strong. The fact that he was sitting until 4 minutes left in the 4th with Miami pulling away is absolutely ridiculous.

  • spit hot fiyah

    nice, he might jumped 3 inches to dunk that ball though

  • Jerome

    Posterized! again.

  • JL

    Yeah, he flops, but actually that was a legit charge, not one of those last millisecond sliding in there I got there first charges which I hate. Do they actually expect offense players to be able to make an instant decision and also physically stop and change directions in that short time?

    I hate this one too though. People who drive should have right of way, and defenders should be able to body them up a little if they ram into them. Stop playing basketball by the technicality of rules instead of how it would naturally be played.

  • mcbuckets

    better to challenge and get dunked on than to just step aside. it sends a message to the opposing team that whether you convert or not, you wont have a free lane to the hoop

  • Dfrance

    Refs love to call a charge because its looked upon as the “ultimate sacrifice” defensively. The sad part is taking a charge is actually taught as a defensive technique in HS and college now. It’s lazy and fake hustle to me. If you’re guarding a guy and he barrels you over that’s one thing, but to wait for a guy to drive so you can slide in front is lame. I especially hate it when it done to a guy that’s passing off.

  • JL

    Man, that’s the last thing I want to hear, more mini Shanes coming down the pipeline an exciting NBA it does not make.

  • Shooting Guard

    Lebron haters are drooling over this one lol

  • CKLOH

    Now that Toronto finally has the players, they don’t have the proper coach.

    Yes, Casey created Dallas’ Heat Drencher zone defence w/ Rick Carlisle, but Toronto could have hired Nate MacMillan or Scott Skiles or another inveterate coach, but decided to go with an associate.

  • Lloyd

    He’s a great defensive coach. They should keep him on as an assistant. Dude has no idea about offense and rotations though. Raps need a change.

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