LeBron James Dominates New York Knicks in 4th Quarter (Film Room Video)

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After trailing by double-digits entering the 4th-quarter, LeBron James dominates both ends of the floor against the New York Knicks at MSG.

The Garden was rocking. It was electric. It was everything you’d want it to be and what we all remember from two decades ago via the last golden age of New York Knicks basketball.

LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers found themselves being dominated at the hands of Kristaps Porzingis and company.

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But then the greatest player in the world took center stage at the Mecca.

James completely dominated both ends of the floor. He played his 1-and-4 shooter offense by facilitating on offense and shutting down a Unicorn on defense.

Here’s the full ESNY Film Room breakdown:

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