“I’ve never seen him miss it”: Clippers star acknowledges LeBron James’ dominance with best signature move in NBA, backed by fans

Paul George, the LA Clippers forward, recently revealed on his podcast, Podcast P with Paul George, that LeBron James’ “look-down three” is one of the toughest shots to stop in the NBA. According to George, the move is so effective that he has never seen James miss it. He also noted that James has a unique way of signaling that he’s about to take the shot.

“You know he’s about to shoot when he starts at that motherf*****. He knows what time it is,” George said.

Despite the predictability of the look-down three, defenders have not been able to figure out a counter for it. James has made the move countless times and continues to find success with it. The shot is just one of several signature moves that James is known for, including his tomahawk dunk and chase-down blocks.

The chasedown block, in particular, has become iconic, with many fans automatically thinking of James’ block on Andre Iguodala in the 2016 NBA Finals. It’s a move that James has perfected over the years and one that strikes fear into the hearts of opposing players.

Overall, James’ ability to execute signature moves with precision and success is a testament to his skill and basketball IQ. As George noted, even when defenders know what’s coming, James is still able to make it work.

“I’ve never seen him miss it. ‘Case when he do it, like, ‘What the f*** you looking at?’… It’s so effective bro.”Funniest clip with Bron, have y’all seen that? It was like a meme where, ‘This how old players score or this how old players throw you off.’ He dribbling like he’s tired and he just blow [by you].” George said.

James’ look-down three is just one example of the many ways in which he can impact a game. With his combination of skill, athleticism, and basketball IQ, James is truly a force to be reckoned with on the court.

The King’s Return: LeBron James’ Exceptional Form Elevates Lakers’ Playoff Hopes

Lakers fans are feeling optimistic about their team’s chances of winning the play-in tournament due to various reasons. Firstly, the Lakers have been on a recent surge with improvements in their 3-point shooting, defense, and squad depth. Additionally, the return to full health of LeBron James and Anthony Davis has bolstered the team’s performance.

LeBron James’ recent form has been exceptional and has elevated the Lakers’ chances of making the playoffs. In his past four games, he has averaged 30.5 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 6.3 assists, shooting at an impressive 51/49/80 splits. His numbers are similar to some of his best playoff performances, indicating that he is ready for postseason action.

The Lakers organization has done an excellent job surrounding LeBron with players who complement his skillset, such as the additions of D’Angelo Russell, Jarred Vanderbilt, and Malik Beasley. Additionally, the emergence of sophomore guard Austin Reaves is a positive sign for LeBron’s chances of another successful postseason with LA.

The 38 years old veteran has proven to be unstoppable when he’s in rhythm, making ten finals appearances in his career and eight in a row between 2011 and 2018. With his recent form and the support of his teammates, Lakers fans have reason to be optimistic about their team’s chances in the play-in tournament and beyond.

Although, LeBron James is listed as probable for the Lakers’ game against the Timberwolves, despite right foot soreness. The Lakers need to win this game to secure the no. 7 seed and avoid playing an extra game for the no. 8 seed. The Timberwolves suspending Rudy Gobert for the Play-In gives the Lakers an advantage to secure a playoff spot. LeBron has a history of playing through injuries, so it’s unlikely he will sit out this crucial game.


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