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LeBron James dunked over by teenager named Kobe

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LeBron James is one of the best basketball players of all-time, and enjoys a healthy rivalry with fellow NBA Hall-of-Fame lock Kobe Bryant.

They've battled in the NBA, and at the All-Star Game. But it was another Kobe getting the better of the Miami Heat superstar this week.

Because 15-year-old Kobe Paras - son of former Philippine Basketball Association MVP Benjie Paras -  did to the Heat star what few others in the game get to do. Dunk on LeBron.

OK, so the four-time MVP wasn't really trying. He put up a half-hearted defence - if you could even call it defence, as he put the youngsters through their paces. 

But it was still pretty impressive from the Philippine Kobe. James is in the country for a one-day Nike event, and Paras is one of the brightest prospects.

He helped the Philippines' under-18 national basketball team win a FIBA Asia 3x3 title earlier this year.

But we bet he'll enjoy this moment every bit as much.

Check out the video below...

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Miami Heat
NBA
LeBron James
Kobe Bryant

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