In his 20-year NBA career, Lakers star LeBron James has performed many legendary moments, the most impressive of which was “The Block” in G7 of the 2016 championship game, which was also certified by former teammate Richard Jefferson , This is the best scene he has ever seen on the court.
James, who still played for the Cavaliers in 2015-16, faced the Warriors who set an NBA record with 73 wins in a single season in the championship game. Although the series was always at a disadvantage, the Cavaliers successfully extended the battle line to G7. When the team tied 89 to 89, the Warriors had a 2-on-1 fast break opportunity. After receiving a pass back from Stephen Curry, Iguodala (Andre Iguodala) tried to pull the bar to score a layup. Chasing behind him at a fast speed, he blocked Iguodala’s layup abruptly.
Afterwards, Kyrie Irving made a deadly three-pointer and helped the Cavaliers win the first championship in team history, but there is no doubt that James’ hot pot was the key to the Cavaliers’ victory. Jefferson, who shared the glory of the championship, also praised “The Block” as the most classic moment he has witnessed in his career. Helping the Knights is why The Block’s presence is so amazing, there’s nothing more magical than that.”
In addition to topping the entire series with 5 basic statistics, James’ average playing time of 41.7 minutes is also the most of the two teams, but he still delivered a ghostly performance. No wonder Jefferson called it the best moment of James’ career. Although the Lakers performed poorly this season, they improved after the All-Star Game and successfully won tickets to the play-offs. The 38-year-old James is more reliable than anyone else in the playoffs, and people look forward to playing on the big stage. In terms of performance, the NBA’s historical scoring champion can continue to have a legendary performance.