LeBron swats 7’2″ Roy Hibbert’s shot
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The big questions at the end of game 1 was why wasn’t Roy Hibbert on the court for the final seconds of OT and would he have been able to defend the basket and block LeBron the way he blocked Carmelo. It’s all hypothetical so we have no idea but what we do know is what it looks like to see 7’2 Hibbert get blocked by LeBron.
Down by 1 in the 4th, LeBron was able to reject Roy’s putback shot from behind but unfortunately for LeBron and the Heat they weren’t able to come back, win the game and stop Roy from putting up 29 points and 10 rebounds.
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