LeBron James "Shookened" Up Kobe Bryant, Even If Reggie Miller Doesn't Think So

There was a cool moment at the end of the first half of the Lakers-Cavs game, the type of moment even casual NBA fans would love to see. LeBron James, isolated at the top of the key, against Kobe Bryant. Mano-a-Mano. 

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What happened? James drove left and spun back right so quickly that Kobe fell down on his back. Kobe had to trip LeBron up to save himself from further embarrassment. Even he knew LeBron shook him up. 

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Unfortunately, Reggie Miller has to come in and rain on everyone's parade. 

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Right, because when one gets "shookened" up normally, they do so much more than lose balance. They fall down, get on their hands and knees and start bowing down to the guy that crossed them up. Come on guys, this is common knowledge! If you just lose balance, then you didn't get "shooken." Get with the program!

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HT: @Jose3030, again.

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