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The Last Angry Fan:
Let’s see some no-name Lithuanian player try and block that shot.
LeBron James showed off what he calls his “unstoppable move” to teammates as they were goofing off during a Team USA practice before the upcoming 2012 London Olympics.
And what a sweet move it is, as LeBron demonstrates his sleight-of-hand talent while impressing not only his fellow basketballers, but also himself, as evidenced by his reaction to actually pulling off his “unstoppable move.” Can’t say that I blame him, seeing that Kevin Durant, a player arguably as talented as James, couldn’t recreate LeBron’s ridiculous shot.
I’m not the world’s biggest LeBron fan, but if he pulls that shot out of his bag during the actual tournament, you can color me impressed as well.
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His size allowed him to pass with ease over smaller defenders and consistently get to the hoop.