We’ve seen Paul George dunk. But this time, it was Paul George beating Lebron James off the dribble, and DUNKING it home with hardly any time left on the clock. If you ever wanted a breakout moment for someone, this was it. Consider that sentence where I said, Paul George beat Lebron James off the dribble. How many times does that happen? Then with the dunk, George takes it as aggressive as we’ve seen in a while. With this series, Paul George might have found that formula that works against the Heat. Driving aggressively, and getting to the foul line if you’re not going to send the ball home. This was a thing of beauty, and what better sight to wake up to then this type of high light reel?
By Stephen Ajamie -
About the Author
Growing up I thought I would be an athlete, but not being blessed with athletic talent I took to watching it. I remember the days of the Indiana Pacers and the New York Knicks battling it out in the playoffs. The days of the Indianapolis Colts getting more visitor fans than home fans. Reggie Miller being my favorite Pacer to watch and all the dramatics he would perform. Watching Peyton Manning go through all of his hand gestures just to snap the ball. I'm an Indianapolis sports fan and one that wants to make that known to the world.