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Whenever people talk about blocks, we always picture contemporary players swatting the ball into the fourth row.
After we posted video of LeBron James stuffing a Tim Duncan shot at the rim, a bunch of haters immediately hit us with the "That's not so impressive" nonsense.
When we started this post, tonight's Pacers/Heat game was still pretty close.
Reggie Miller described this block as LeBron James going to the "summit" of the mountain to get to to George Hill's fast break sure bucket.
Through the first half tonight, the Indiana Pacers front line of Roy Hibbert (11 points, 4 rebounds) and David West (18 points, 3 rebounds) are beasting the Miami Heat.
This might not be the prettiest basketball game we've ever seen, but it's great nonetheless.
Check out this outrageous block last night by Eric Bledsoe in the Clippers/Timberwolves game in L.
Kobe Bryant was some kind of comic book character last night in Portland, flooding the Blazers with never-ending buckets and dimes/open looks for his teammates.
Last night in Bloomington, while his team may have lost to a tough visiting Ohio State squad, Indiana's Victor Oladipo - he of many sick highlights - may have come up with the block of the year.
From tonight's Bucks/Spurs game: Watch Larry Sanders track down Kawhi Leonard in the open floor and smack his sure-fire bucket off glass: For breaking news, rumors, exclusive content, and contests sent right to your inbox, sign up here for the Dime Email Newsletter. Follow Dime Magazine on Twitter Become a fan of Dime Magazine on Facebook.
This Nate Robinson block of MarShon Brooks happened two days ago, but in case you missed it, you need to see it now because it is outrageous.
This happened the other night in the Clippers/Nets game, but with it being a holiday and all, it's likely that a lot of people missed this Blake Griffin block on Deron Williams.
Before watching this chase-down block, let me remind you: Dwyane Wade is 6-4, 220 pounds.
This play happened on Friday night, but it would be a crime if most of our readers missed it.
After spending last season playing overseas, Kyle Singler is back in the NBA and providing valuable, much-needed minutes and production for a Pistons team that is struggling mightily to start the season.
This play is from Saturday night's Celtics/Knicks exhibition, but holy good God you need to see what Jeff Green did to Mychel Thompson's breakaway bucket.
The athleticism on display in this sequence from Utah's Jeremy Evans is just stupid.