If you felt the Earth move last night, don’t be alarmed, it was just LeBron James blocking Tiago Splitter’s dunk.
It was incredible, and the kind of play we’ll be talking about for years. It was not, however, the best block of all time. It wasn’t even the best playoffs dunk of all time. That honor still (and forever) goes to Tayshaun Prince. Game 2 of the 2004 Eastern Conference Finals. Reggie Miller going for an easy lay-up. Never forget.
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