Found February 17, 2013 on
Lately it seems like there is at least one game somewhere that has a half court contest giving away money, scholarships, tuition--something. Lucky for those fans, the shot is not all that impossible to make.
Difficult? Yes. Impossible? No.
Perhaps LeBron was curios to see how easy it was after watching a fan make one at a Heat game a couple weeks ago. As could be expected, King James made it look all too easy.
Just in case half time organizers were not convinced the shot wasn't that hard after all Chris Bosh decided to launch one himself.
Thanks for making it look easy guys.
[Big Lead Sports]
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