Watch Dwyane Wade, LeBron James Bring High-Flying Alley-Oop Act to All-Star Game

Jesse DorseyFeatured ColumnistFebruary 17, 2013

It should come as no surprise that the NBA All-Star Game is to dunks as Chris Berman's refrigerator is to delicious cheese products—chock-full.

And with Dwyane Wade and LeBron James involved, you know there's some alley-ooping going on.

The first connection of the night between the two Heat stars is just about the series of events you should expect to come from an All-Star Game.

After a bucket from the Western Conference goes down, the transition defense isn't there, for whatever reason.

Dwyane Wade ends up with the ball on the right side of the lane and tosses the ball up against the backboard; LeBron rises and slams the ball home right-handed with such force that it is shocking the rim didn't detach itself from the backboard and head on home on the spot.

How does LeBron not break his hand on a dunk like that? Oh right, he's an alien.

— Zach Harper (@talkhoops) February 18, 2013

He absolutely smashed the ball through the hoop; it's surprising that the rim isn't filing charges against LeBron for assault.

LeBron's skill set on display during the All-Star festivities is just too much fun. Thankfully, he's not one to back out of things that are supremely entertaining to his fans.

Oh, wait.