The game’s on the line with seconds left on the clock. If you’re the Heat, no worries because you have LeBron, right? In most cases, yes, that would be correct. Then, there’s the rare case that you’re the Heat and you’re facing the Nets, a team that’s had your number all season. And not with Mason Plumlee in the paint.
No fear of being put on a poster here for young Plums. The rookie risked life and limb, literally, going up to block LBJ’s last-second, two-handed dunk attempt. LeBron cried foul, but the refs didn’t see it that way and Brooklyn walked away with an 88-87 win and a season-sweep of Miami.