LeBron James brings back finals memories with huge chase down block

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Kyrie Irving's clutch three-point shot may be the most famous moment of the NBA finals, but LeBron James' chase down block pushes it for a close second.

James was a monster during the entire series, winning his third finals MVP title, but his performance in game seven really emphasised his superhuman ability on the basketball court.

The 'King' produced three blocks during the encounter at the Oracle Arena. His stuff of Stephen Curry was brilliant in its own right, but they don't get bigger than his fourth quarter rejection of Andre Iguodala.


The finals MVP from 2015 was running the fast break with Curry and attempted a layup that would've given the Dubs a two-point lead with just under two minutes remaining on the clock.

We all know what happened, James produced one of the biggest blocks in NBA history and really shifted the momentum in favour of Cleveland.

During the Cavaliers' final preseason game with the Washington Wizards, James brought back memories of that incredible night in the Bay as he stuffed a shot from Kelly Oubre Jr. after he attempted to finish a fast break.

It's a moment in history that Cavs fans will never forget - maybe Warriors supporters will.

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