Apr 20, 2010, 8:49 AM EST
After the game, LeBron James said this was one of this best dunks ever. That puts it high on an very impressive list.
Watch this — notice how badly James Johnson gets beat off the dribble by LeBron, To Johnson’s credit, he didn’t quit on the play, but that really just led to more embarrassment.
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