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Playing on a bum ankle and a banged up Kyrie Irving, LeBron James lifted his Cleveland Cavaliers at the buzzer for a win in Game 4.

By Robby Sabo

1authorrob3 - LeBron James Hits Buzzer Beater For Game 4 Win (Video)On Mother’s Day, LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers called “no bank” during the NBA Playoffs.

The stage was set for the Chicago Bulls. They were coming hard during the final minutes of the fourth quarter, at home, with a boisterous crowd. So hard that the Cavs saw their precious comfortable lead evaporate after a hard Derrick Rose righty in the face of James.

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The next sequence was frantic.

James drove down the right wing with Jimmy Butler in tow. Going baseline he was hit by Joakim Noah as he went up. No foul was called and the ball helplessly bounced out of bounds off of the Bulls.

The officials, of course, huddled next to their ultra critical monitor to double-check.

This allowed both teams to huddle up, which lead to this with the game equal at 84:

The series is now tied at two games a piece, with Game 5 slated for Tuesday night in Cleveland.

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