“Blocked by James” has become one of the most famous announcer calls in NBA history, and it’s because LeBron James made the signature play of his career: blocking Andre Iguodala in dramatic fashion to help lead the Cavaliers to a championship against the Golden State Warriors. HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by ESPN’s Brian Windhorst to break down “The Block” by LeBron, “The Shot” by Kyrie Irving over Steph Curry, and “The Stop” made by Kevin Love to seal the 2016 NBA Finals for the Cavs.
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“Blocked by James” has become one of the most famous announcer calls in NBA history, and it’s because LeBron James made the signature play of his career
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