LeBron made this incredible pass to Mike Miller just before half time, and had this incredible block against Roy Hibbert. As usual, he was mostly dominant with 36 points on 14-of-20 shooting and eight rebounds. Unfortunately, the uncharacteristically-costly two turnovers he had down the stretch of the fourth quarter that prevented the Heat from having any chance of winning the game will stick out the most for him.
George’s biggest moment came towards the end of the third quarter, when he blew by James and threw down the best dunk of the postseason on Chris “Birdman” Anderson:
James came right back down after the dunk to hit this ridiculous 3-point shot, and the two forwards shared a slap of the hands at the end of the quarter to show respect for each other’s performance:
It was a rare moment for two players going head-to-head in a tense playoff game, which was a pleasure to witness. Mostly, though, players around the league were buzzing about George’s ridiculous dunk, and rightfully so: