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James fuels second-half barrage as Heat level series

NBA Finals

Miami Heat forward LeBron James goes baseline for a dunk against the San Antonio Spurs during the second half of Game 2 in the NBA Finals on Sunday night in Manhattan.

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MIAMI — LeBron James needed almost 12 full minutes before scoring his first points. He missed 10 of his first 13 shots. He wore a wrap on his knee and put on a display that won't be remembered for offensive brilliance.

But what he did Sunday night in Game 2 of the NBA Finals was unforgettable.

At least, what he did in a 38-second span of Game 2 was unforgettable.

A sensational block on a dunk try. An assist to set up a 3-pointer. A deflection, a runout and then a slam of his own, twisting on the rim and ...

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