When LeBron James is on, there's really no better show in the league. When he's firing on all cylinders, making acrobatic shots and throwing down big dunks, it's easily must-watch television. It's almost as if he's playing a video game on the easiest mode available, just toying with the competition.
Down seven entering the fourth quarter, LeBron came alive for the Heat, scoring the team's first eight points of the quarter. With time winding down in a close game, he pulled off another one of those ridiculous, how did he do that shots, nailing an off-balance jumper from just inside the arc. It gave Miami a three-point lead over the Jazz with under 30 seconds to go, and all seemed to be well.
You know what happened next, though. Dwyane Wade hit one-of-two free throws after Utah cut the lead to one, then Devin Harris finished off a three-point play to give the Jazz the lead. Faced with a final possession, LeBron saw a double-team and ... swung the ball to Udonis Haslem.
Game over. Miami loses. But hey, that shot was neat!