After dropping Game 1 on Thursday night, the Miami Heat evened up the NBA Finals by blowing out the San Antonio Spurs, 103-84. The game was close heading into halftime, with the Heat holding a slim lead. But then Miami decided to obliterate the Spurs, going on a 33-5 run in the second half that included another sick block from LeBron.
Tiagop Splitter looked like he had a sure-fire dunk. But LeBron, roaming under the net, broke from his coverage, timed his jump, and said "No you don't."
This is the second time this playoffs that LeBron has shutdown an opposing dunk. In Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals, King James owned George Hill with what looked like the best block of the postseason.
Watch the dunks back-to-back and decide: Which one was the more epic denial?