Found May 07, 2012 on Pass The Pill:

LeBron James spins through the lane and finishes despite the contact from defensive player of the year, Tyson Chandler.

This is just a ridiculous play by LeBron. This foul would send Chandler to the bench with six fouls and bring the Heat within one point (87-88) after James made his free throw attempt with with 20.3 seconds left in the 4th quarter of game four on Sunday.

The Knicks would hold on to win 89-87 and avoid the sweep on their home court. LeBron finished with 27 points and Carmelo Anthony poured in a game high 41 points.

the Heat will look to close the series on Wednesday night in Miami.

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