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Video: LeBron James vicious putback dunk vs. Clippers

Oct 11, 2012, 10:35 AM EDT

LeBron James — still really good at that basketball thing.

While you were sleeping or just not paying attention, the Hear beat the Clippers 94-80 in Beijing. The real news out of this for Heat fans was that Dwyane Wade and his balky knee were back on the court for 23 minutes (it was an up-and-down performance, but him being back is the story). The game wasn’t as close as the final score suggested.

But here is the big highlight — Norris Cole driving, DeAndre Jordan trying but being late on the defensive rotation, Cole still missing, and LeBron cleaning the whole mess up.

  1. southbeachtalent - Oct 11, 2012 at 10:38 AM


  2. reesesteel23 - Oct 11, 2012 at 11:55 AM

    Wow lol

  3. 1972wasalongtimeago - Oct 11, 2012 at 12:41 PM

    Come on PBT, tell us more about Jared Sullinger

  4. progress2011 - Oct 11, 2012 at 6:56 PM

    This is a whole different level of athleticism by a guy in a Power Forward body (6’9″ 250lbs ).

    I’m not necessarily a Heat fan but I do believe we are privileged to watch a player with his talents.

    I mean, the dude can DOMINATE at 4 positions on the floor and even do a serviceable job at the center spot, against some smaller centers.

    As a “FUNDAMENTAL” basketball fan, I admire players that understand the game, their positions and are an All Star, at that position. This dude is so “FUNDAMENTALLY” sound, he could easily be an All Star, at 4 positions !!!

    No matter who your team is, if you are a “FUNDAMENTAL” basketball fan, you are compelled to respect and admire, what LBJ can do.

    He is the most dominant player in Basketball, since the great Michael Jordan. Put your hands together and show some luv.

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