Philadelphia 76ers point guard Jrue Holiday threw down a dunk on LeBron James during the fourth quarter of the Miami Heat-76ers game Wednesday night. Holiday, who is listed at 6-foot-4, drove the lane and dunked on King James as LeBron came flying in attempting to block the dunk attempt.
The Heat extended their winning streak to 20 straight games with a 98-94 win. No word on if Nike will have all video evidence of Holiday's dunk destroyed.
Under normal circumstances, this slam dunk by Philadelphia 76ers guard Jrue Holiday wouldn't make this website except for the fact that he threw it down in the mug of LeBron James.In the final two minutes of Wednesday night's 76ers/Heat affair, Jrue Holiday got past the Miami defense and threw down a one-handed dunk in LeBron's grill:
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Jrue Holiday split the D and took it to the rack for the jam over LeBron James on Wednesday night. Despite the Philadelphia 76ers making a late run, the Miami Heat were able to record their 20th straight win 98-84.
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The Miami Heat continue to light opponents up winning their 20th in a row Wednesday night against the Philadelphia 76′ers. The Heat started out a little sluggish and for a moment, it looked as if the Sixers would be the team to stop the run. Clearly, that didn’t happen but we did catch Sixers guard Jrue Holiday dunk on LeBron to tie the score 91-91 in the fourth.
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