Stepping in front of LeBron James hoping for a charge call is just asking to be in a poster. Namanja Bjelica didn’t get the memo.
As the point guard, James had the ball with the smaller Bogdan Bogdanovic guarding him at the top of the three-point line. Despite his size, LeBron raced past Bogdan leaving the Kings guard in the dust. Bjelica then slid by and protected his lower region with his hands, preparing for the offensive foul. James simply rose above and slightly beside Namanja, throwing down a right-handed poster dunk over the Sacramento big man. James stared down Namanja immediately after landing, as the Staples Center crowd erupted in noise.
The sneaker James wore for this highlight was the Nike LeBron 17. This sneaker features a heel Air unit; the largest bag ever seen on a basketball shoe, providing maximum impact protection. The two large volume Zoom units in the forefoot for extra responsiveness. Knitposite graces the upper, with heat-molding creating the scaly look. As a result of the heat, the upper features more structure and durability.