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 to [review] it, and it was one of my better ones,” James said, according to ESPN.com. “The fact that it happened to J.T. made it that much sweeter. Because we all know J.T. and he talks too much sometimes. And I’m glad it happened to him.”
While James may be accusing Terry of being a little too talkative, the Celtics guard was in no mood to discuss the dunk and James’ comments Thursday.
“I’m not even commenting. No comment. Zero. I have none. A basketball play,” Terry said. “My reaction was when the fans were cheering and I went up and knocked down the technical. That’s a great reaction. Wasn’t the first, won’t be the last.”