Found February 25, 2013 on
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Lebron James shows off his ridiculous skills with this dunk during warm-ups. Start video at the 0:35.
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Tweet NBA fans have wanted LeBron James to compete in the All-Star Slam Dunk Contest since he was drafted out of high school by Cleveland in 2003. This dunk that LeBron jammed home during pregame warm-ups is exactly why people want to see him in that contest (skip ahead to the 34-second mark): The fan [...]
DON'T TEMPT HIM!
Due to all the flak he receives for doing it but not participating in All-Star slam dunk contests, LeBron James says he might put the kibosh on his pregame dunk displays.
LeBron James is just toying with us by showing off like that. The man says it’s too late for him to ever participate in the Slam Dunk Contest, but then he goes out and throws down a sick dunk in pregame warmups that would have earned him 10s across the board from any set of judges.
Toward the end of the video, you see LeBron do a spin move, go between his legs, throw the ball off...
Sometimes the best slam dunks don't happen during NBA games but before them and that logic is evidenced in the below video of Miami Heat star LeBron James throwing down a sick dunk during a Heat lay-up line.The dunk comes at about the :35 second mark of the video as LeBron does a spinning behind-the-back alley-oop dunk:
LeBron James continues to troll, troll, troll his boat prior to NBA games in the form of some nasty dunks. We wrote about LeBron trolling regarding the dunk contest last week, and he continued to do the same prior to the Heat’s last game. Check out Bron’s basic alley-oop to himself between his legs dunk. No big deal, wouldn’t even register at the dunk contest.
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Oh, nothing to see here folks. Just LeBron James putting on a little dunk contest prior to the Heat’s game against the Cavs on Sunday. ‘Bron has continually trolled the world about his possible inclusion in the NBA’s dunk contest, and he didn’t participate again this year. After seeing this video of him dunking you can bet this will spark another round of “if only LeBron...
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Anyone and everyone who likes NBA basketball has been begging All-Stars like Lebron James to take part in the Dunk Conte…
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