During the first quarter of the Miami Heat game against the Golden State Warriors, D-Wade approached the midcourt line with the ball in his hands. Just as it began to look like a normal play, Wade threw it up.
On the receiving end was King James, who took the rock and threw it down in an improbable manner.
Twitter reacted in just that way, praising the alley-oop as a contender for the top spot in SportsCenter's Top 10. If not, then you're certain to see the play all over YouTube.
Wade-to-LeBron-to-YouTube in a matter of moments.— Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) January 17, 2013
Winderman was right. YouTube was home to the highlight within a matter of minutes.
The true question about the finish, however, was not how long it'd take to reach YouTube. Instead, the world was wondering a question that was in relation to physics.
How the heaven did that just happen?
That LeBron oop didn't look possible— Ethan Strauss (@SherwoodStrauss) January 17, 2013
A lot of things that D-Wade and LeBron do seem impossible.
This was just one of the many LeBron-related highlights witnessed on Wednesday. Keep in mind, James recently topped 5,000 assists, and on Wednesday night he became the youngest player in NBA history to reach 20,000 points.