LeBron James and the Miami Heat have been hearing about their star player's cramps and the temperature in the AT&T Center for a few days now. In the first quarter of Game 2 against the San Antonio Spurs, LeBron was able to throw down a little frustration that is sure to have come from all of that discussion.
The Heat moved the ball around the perimeter like they typically do when they're clicking on offense, and got the ball to James on the left wing. He took it into the paint, avoided defenders, and soared into a powerful dunk against a Spurs defense that is looking pretty solid early on. Now if the Heat can get some of that defense working against San Antonio, perhaps they'll come away with a 1-1 split.