Found March 21, 2013 on
These dunks have captivated the NBA of late giving fans something tremendous to watch, analysts something fun to talk about, and bloggers/tweeters/social media junkies fodder for some pretty entertaining posts.
So now the only question that still remains is which one is better--DeAndre Jordan demolishing Brandon Knight or LeBron James blowing the "Jet" Jason Terry up?
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With the memory of LeBron James’ return to Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday night (his fourth time as a visiting player) still fresh in the minds of Clevelanders — not to mention the Miami Heat’s triumphant comeback against the Cavaliers and all the odd things that occurred during the game — the Cleveland Plain-Dealer conducted an online poll on the paper’s website asking...
Goodness, Cleveland. Have you no pride? The Cleveland Cavaliers were up as many as 27 points against the unstoppable Miami Heat in the Quicken Loans Arena last night, before they eventually rolled over and died. The Heat won their 24th consecutive game – nine games shy of the NBA record set by the 1971-72 World Champion Los Angeles Lakers – as they ripped off a 45-14 run to overcome...
LeBron James talked about his monster dunk on Jason Terry, saying that it was "sweet" to dunk on the Celtics guard. Why do you think?
The King returned to the court where it all started in his NBA career. LeBron James returned to the Quicken Loans arena to play his former NBA team the Cleveland Cavaliers in a game the Heat almost lost. It started out with a leaking scoreboard that would delay the game for 40 minutes.
It ended with a fan charging onto the basketball court wearing a t-shirt that made LeBron the offer...
His teammates called him "Elvis" because of his fame. They laughed when he donned a wig and sunglasses so he could walk around a mall without being noticed.
Yes, LeBron James was big news when he joined the Cleveland Cavaliers 10 years ago, But could anybody have envisioned back then the prodigy from Akron, Ohio, would end up being this legendary of a player?
As a skinny...
LeBron James has taken it to Boston's Jason Terry again.
Miami's superstar said Wednesday that he ranks his monster dunk over Terry on Monday night as one of his best, and that it's one of his favorites because of his history with the talkative Celtics guard. James soared and grabbed a lob pass before smashing it over Terry, who was helpless to defend the shot or himself...
LeBron James is a pretty big fan of his dunk over Jason Terry on Monday night.
The monster alley-oop, which was a big moment in the Heat’s eventual win over the Celtics, has been replayed over and over and over in the last couple of days.
James has finally seen it for himself, and he likes what he sees. Doing it against Terry makes it even better, apparently.
“I’ve had a chance...
Tweet There have been quiet murmurs over the past year or so about LeBron James’ impending free agency that is coming after next season. Obviously one possible destination being thrown around is James’ first stop in the NBA, Cleveland. The idea was fueled by the fan that ran onto the floor wearing a “We Miss [...]
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a remixed clip of DeAndre Jordan's dunk on Brandon Knight using audio of WWE announcer Jim Ross freaking out.Now, LeBron James dunk over Jason Terry has received the Jim Ross treatment and it is hilarious:
It would have been poetic if the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers had been able to beat LeBron James and the Heat in Cleveland to stop Miami's winning streak at 23--would have been.
At one time down by 27 points, the Heat overcame their largest deficit of the season to go on to win 98-95.
For a time it looked like they were going to be able to do just that after a 23-3 run...
Russ Smith summoned his inner LeBron James in the first half of the Louisville vs Colorado State game, and The King noticed.
March Madness has started a day early, only the Cinderella team didn’t pull it out this time. Cleveland Cavaliers were up 67-40 with 7:44 left in the third quarter against the NBA champs, Miami Heat, in their own building, without all-star, Kyrie Irving, in front of a hostile crowd, AND LOST! What gives? This was the chance, at redemption, to give their beloved traitor...
Another game, another double-digit rally for the Miami Heat.
And most importantly, another win.
LeBron James scored 29 points, Dwyane Wade added 19 and the Heat extended their winning streak to 25 games by pulling away in the second half and beating the Detroit Pistons 103-89 on Friday night.
Shane Battier and Mario Chalmers scored 11 apiece for Miami, which shook off yet another...