Moment When LeBron James Hit The Most Iconic Shot Of His Career

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James is one of the greatest basketball player of all time and he had the most iconic shot. The three-time NBA MVP has been putting up some really great numbers. Things get really hot in the playoffs, and LeBron is ready to play the biggest game.

We all know that some of LeBron’s clutch moments have had more value than the others. The league saw one of the biggest games LeBron had in the 2015 ECSF.

After 3 games, the Cleveland Cavaliers were trailing 2-1. The Chicago Bulls had the home-court advantage in Game 4 of the Finals. Chicago leveled the score at 84 points apiece and there were just 9.4 seconds left in the fourth quarter. After the horrible attempt at scoring, Cleveland inbounded with 1.5 on the stock. Cleveland had LeBron in the corner, and the king made the buzzer-beater to level the series 2-2.

A lot of analysts say that this shot was enough to seal the series. It was the best shot in every aspect. LeBron sealed the series and the Cavaliers dominated the next two games. They made the Conference Finals.

LeBron James talks about his most iconic shot

In his post-game interview, LeBron said that he scratched the play created by David Blatt and made his own play on the final inbound.

“To be honest, the play the way drawn up, I scratched. I just told coach ‘Give me the ball.’ We’re either going to overtime or I’m winning it for us. It was that simple. I was supposed to take the ball out. I told coach, ‘There’s no way I’m taking the ball out unless I can shoot it over the backboard and it goes in. Told him, ‘Have somebody else take the ball out, give me the ball, and everybody get out of the way.’”

LeBron won the game for Cleveland. He shot only 10-30 from the field and had 10 turnovers in the contest. Cleveland made short work of the Atlanta Hawks in the conference finals and smashed them 4-0 in the Finals. The Golden State Warriors defeated Cleveland 4-2 and created a dynasty.