What’s the worst that can happen with Luis Scola guarding LeBron 1-on-1?
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Up by 8 with less than a minute left in the 3rd quarter, Luis Scola had the “opportunity” of trying to guard LeBron one-on-one. You are probably thinking ankle breaker, 3 pointer or dunk. Almost all 3 happened except LeBron didn’t need to break Scola’s ankles because his feet were stuck to the ground as if he was a statue on defense. This allowed LeBron to go in for the and-1 dunk which turned into a 3 point play. That play basically could not have been any worse for the Pacers…unless we watch it John Woo style.