Found May 03, 2012 on
The New York Knicks are down to the Miami Heat but Knicks guard J.R. Smith probably had the best play of the playoffs so far. Smith beat LeBron James off the dribble and then went to work. Smith continued dribbling and threw down a ridiculous reverse dunk. That is one of the best reverse dunks you are going to see. What great athletic ability he also double pump on the dunk.
Smith tried to get the garden going but the Heat were to much. The Miami Heat now have a 3-0 series lead.
In the same game the Miami Heat had a pretty sweet play. Dwyane Wade had a wide open lay up in transition but instead he left the alley oop for LeBron James. Good luck trying to stop the Heat in transition they are so deadly.
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When LeBron James left Cleveland for Miami in the summer of 2010, the idea wasnt to win a title or two.
At least, not if you listened to James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, who told the world on their own stage that the goal was to win six or seven championships. And they sounded like they believed it would be that easy.
Now, this isnt to trash James for his Decision Show or desire...
JR Smith’s role for the New York Knicks is to be a spark off of the bench. He did a great job trying to supply that spark late in the fourth quarter tonight with the Knicks down 66-56 to the Miami Heat with this amazing double-clutch windmill dunk down the baseline to re-energize the MSG crowd.
Here’s the video!
JR Smith is an amazing talent. If only he delivered consistently. But that’s of no matter, when he does things like this dunk from Thursday’s Heat vs. Knicks, it makes you forget the bad. Of course, other than a sick highlight, the game still ended in a W for the Heat. Saturday is game 4 [...]
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