With his reputation as one of the finest basketball players ever to grace a court, LeBron James is often the talk of the NBA universe.
And while that talk is usually fans and analysts alike waxing lyrical about his sensational form and unrivalled skill-set, this weekend he hit the headlines for different reasons.
LeBron James has famously posterised both Sacramento Kings rookie Ben McLemore and Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap with two vicious dunks already this season, but he was on the receiving end on Saturday evening at Time Warner Cable Arena.
During the Miami Heat's 104-96 victory over the Charlotte Bobcats, James - who flirted with a triple-double with 34 points, eight rebounds and six assists - became the surprising victim of a big jam from Bobcats back-up point guard Ramon Sessions.
Journeyman Sessions, who stands at 6'3" and certainly isn't as imposing a specimen as James, dunked home over the four-time MVP with authority after Ray Allen's sloppy handling had led to a fastbreak for the Bobcats with under three-and-a-half minutes remaining in the third quarter.