LeBron James is well on the road to becoming one of the greatest NBA players of all time. He is a mix of pure muscle and extraordinary game sense that could pull any team to the top.
The most impressive part of any of his feats, however, is the ease at which he seems to carry them out. Further, on the court and in terms of sheer numbers he one-ups even Michael Jordan.
James has made it his personal goal to bring the championship to whichever team he plays in. Whether it was the Miami Heat or the Cleveland Cavaliers, no goal was out of his reach.
This season he seems to be making that dream a reality for the Los Angeles Lakers. Furthermore, each of these goals has been achieved in style. Each season, James leaves behind a plethora of poster-perfect dunks and a series of unbelievable plays that keeps the crowd at the edge of their seats. Here are the top 5 dunks from LeBron's high-flying career.
#5 Dunking on Damon Jones (2005)
Since the first few seasons LeBron James played, he was out there to make a mark and prove what he could do. In his future home of Miami, James made his first major slam-dunk mark against Damon Jones. This was a play that did not match the standard rulebook that asks superstars to act like they've been there before, but proved as an early opportunity for LeBron to prove his cosmic talent.
With Shaquille O'Neal's commentary in the background, making the event even better, James dunked on Jones so hard he eventually moved to the Cavaliers. “You know, D-Jones never had a chance, and the minute I saw it happen, I knew they were gonna be showing that dunk over and over and over again," said Shaq.