Here’s LeBron’s block in it’s standard highlight format.
Here it is as shot on a fancy Phantom camera.
Here it is as part of an amazing sequence of LeBron James plays.
Here it is from every angle.
Here it is as a joke commercial from the internet.
Here it is as an oral history, basically.
Here it is as a GIF.
Here it is as a different GIF.
Here it is as a Vine joke.
Here it is at the point of impact.
Here it is when Tiago Splitter knew things were going to end up poorly.
Here’s another angle when Tiago Splitter knew things were going to end up poorly.
Here it is when it really seemed like Splitter was going to throw down a huge dunk
Here it is when Tiago Splitter is like, “Darn it.”
Here it is when you can tell Splitter can’t palm the ball, which definitely came in to play later.
Here it is when you’re kind of worried for LeBron’s fingers.
Here it is where you can see how amazingly clean of a block this was.
Here is the reason an above-the-rim camera was invented.
Here it is from down below.
Here it is all arty style.
Here it is if you combined the two previous photographs.
Here is when Tiago Splitter had his head replaced with a basketball.
One more of when Tiago Splitter looked like he was on the way towards a gigantic dunk.
And finally, here’s the aftermath.
So which is your favorite LeBron block medium? I asked Splitter this question and he said, “Aucun.” Surely you have a different opinion.