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High-school basketball player dunks better LeBron James

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So LeBron James thinks he's top four basketball history material? Well if so, he needs to start practicing his dunks. 

King James did an infamous dunking video in which he showed off to team-mates post-training. However, there was no pressure on any of his shots as he went solo. 

Steve McElvene of New Haven, however, was outstanding in his high school side's 56-55 defeat to Snider last night, as he showed LeBron how to dominate under pressure. 

McElvene, who is committed to Dayton, is 6ft 11inches and built like a monster. In the video above one of his plays from last night shows his skills, as he grabs the ball just outside the paint before slamming it home inside the rim. 

That particular play showed his strength and intensity, but not to be one-dimensional, he also showed excellent agility and balance later in the piece for an even better dunk under pressure. 

Well, I think it's safe to say that James needs to watch a bit McElvene's film back. 

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