LeBron James Throws Down A Nasty Double Alley-Oop

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LeBron James threw down a double alley-oop during the second quarter of the Heat – Knicks game Thursday night. Ray Allen hit Dwyane Wade with a half court pass, Wade then hit LeBron with a touch pass for the monster dunk.

The ball never hit the floor. This was all however in a losing effort however as the Knicks pounded them by 20 points. In fact they have lost by a combined 40 points in their two meetings this season.

Not very championship like. What the hell is going down there in Miami?

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