It's Game 7 of the NBA Finals. The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors have no margin for error. So when you get a 2-on-1 fast break with Stephen Curry setting up Andre Iguodala for a huge layup in the final minutes of the fourth quarter, you need a miracle to stop it.

Or maybe you just need LeBron James, who came flying out of nowhere to make one of the best plays in NBA Finals history.

Instead of the Warriors taking the lead with under two minutes left to play, momentum swung in the Cavs' favor. This play ended up helping the Cavs, once down 3-1 in the Finals, seal an improbable 93-89 Game 7 victory and bring the elusive NBA title back to Cleveland.

What a finish to Game 7 for LeBron James and the Cavs.

This is one of the best plays with this kind of pressure you'll ever see. ABC