LeBron James goes nuclear against the Pacers

It's good to be King.

It might be time to pack it up for Indiana. In the second quarter of Game 4 on Monday night, LeBron James drove right around George Hill and dunked on everyone wearing Pacers blue. Then, things got interesting.

In the third quarter, James took a three-pointer from the right elbow with less than five seconds left on the shot clock, off-balance and fading away. It was a dagger, but James wasn't done yet.

With less than two minutes left in the quarter, James grabbed a rebound and went coast-to-coast for a dunk in traffic that Paul George had no chance of stopping.

/sad trombone

James finished with 32 points, 10 rebounds, and five assists, but yeah, Lance Stephenson was totally in his head.

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