LeBron James comes up with the great steal and then leads the fastbreak, drops a little behind-the-back dribble and some tightrope walking skills as he tumbles his way to this great assist to Dwyane Wade for the slam. The Miami Heat are looking solid through their first round series against the Philidelphia 76ers and are leading the series 3-0.
Dan Devine from Yahoo’s Balls Don’t Lie explained how impressive it was:
That’s a 6-foot-9, 270-pound meteor going full steam ahead on a fast break, then hitting the air brakes and going through his legs and around his back with his left hand. In like an eighth of a second. Playing in a phone booth, with about a quarter-inch of space between his own chest and that of defender Jrue Holiday(notes). And then, calmly, fluidly shifting course to the right to find enough room to make a clean pass.