Jun 9, 2013, 10:17 PM EDT
Tiago Splitter set a screen for Tony Parker in the fourth quarter of Game 2 of the NBA Finals, and Splitter rolled to the rim wide open. The only question was whether Parker could find an angle to make the pass, but he did and Splitter rose to dunk.
Enter LeBron James.
You won’t see a better block very often. The timing, leaping ability and strength necessary to make that happen is incredible.
Afterward, LeBron just stood in the paint as action went the other way, basking in the glory of that great block.
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