LeBron James Dunk On Jason Terry Is Still Considered The Best Move Of His NBA Career

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LeBron James dunk on Jason Terry: On this day seven years ago, Miami Heat's LeBron James pulled off this outrageous dunk over Boston Celtics' Jason Terry.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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LeBron James has been one of the standout performers for the Los Angeles Lakers over the course of the 2019-20 NBA season. The veteran NBA star has been forced to self-isolate after Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant (whom the Lakers played last time out in the NBA) tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday. The Lakers talisman continues to keep himself busy while staying quarantined while the entire squad await the coronavirus test results. In the meantime, here's a throwback to the LeBron James dunk on Jason Terry from six years ago. 

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LeBron James dunk on Jason Terry is still considered the best move of his NBA career

Today marks seven years since the LeBron James dunk over Jason Terry left fans speechless. While playing for Miami Heat, the LeBron James dunk over Jason Terry is still considered to be LeBron James best dunk of his NBA career. The iconic ex-Miami Heat star schooled Jason Terry who was then part of the Boston Celtics squad.  Have a look at some interesting Jason Terry stats.

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