LeBron James hit a spectacular, game-tying 3 pointer on Monday to force overtime against the Wizards. The Cavaliers ended up winning the game, but it was the near-miraculous shot in the final seconds of regulation that dropped the NBA world's jaw.
That shot not only inspired hundreds of hype videos, but also sparked a debate about whether the Wizards should have let him take it in the first place.
After the game, John Wall could only treat it as a fluke. "LeBron made a heck of a shot that you probably make one in a million times," he said.
And maybe that's true, but that's not how the King remembers it.
When asked about Wall's "one in a million" comment on Wednesday, James responded with his signature brand of shade.
On J Wall's comment that LBJ's heroic 3 was a 1 in a million shot, @KingJames says "not 1 in a million for me..maybe somebody else"— Fred McLeod (@CavsFredMcLeod) February 8, 2017
Shade roast: Extra dark. Do we smell a friendly rivalry brewing?
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