Feb 20, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) dunks the ball against the Atlanta Hawks during the first quarter at Philips Arena. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

LeBron James, Dwyane Wade Team Up For Stunning Alley-Oop (Video)

Miami Heat stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are continuing where they left off on NBA All-Star Weekend and combining for more impressive plays that leave the fans jaws on the ground.

In tonight’s game against the Atlanta Hawks, Wade stole the ball and drove down the court before tossing the ball off the backboard to a trailing James.

As you would expect, James caught the ball and threw it down with authority for a highlight reel alley-oop jam.

It was impressive. It was incredible. And it was a must see play.

Here is Wade’s off-the-backboard alley-oop to James in the second quarter against the Hawks:

What did you think of the jam? I am willing to bet your reaction was nothing other than being impressed with the teamwork and display of athleticism from the dynamic Heat duo.

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  • Pat

    What every NBA fan who does not have a man crush
    on LeBron James and the Heat for having the greatest group of NBA superstars on
    the same team need to ask themselves is was everything on the up and up. Both Lebron and Chris Bosh were only allowed
    to talk with the teams that they had existing contracts with, the Cleveland
    Cavaliers and the Toronto Raptors respectivel, prior to the begining of Free
    Agency (July 1, 2010). But as you have pointed out Riely already knew on draft
    night (June 24, 2010) that both Lebron and Bosh were going to bring their
    talents to South Beach and join with Dwayne Wade who would be resigning.

    Just how did Mr. Riley and Heat pull this off? A loophole called Dwayne Wade.
    While the Heat couldn’t contact LeBron James and Chris Bosh or their people
    directly, they could communicate with them through Dwayne Wade. Because this
    could not have been done without the go ahead by the Heat organization (as they
    are the ones that would have had to sign off on this long before July 1).

    Yes, I am saying that Riley may have been working on this opportunity to win at
    all costs for a while prior to July 1, 2010,perhaps years. That is how they had
    nothing on the books prior to the beginnig of FA in 2010. (Be honest with
    yourself, No team would have taken such a gamble). Every NBA fan knows this
    collusion occurred, and this is why Cleveland and the rest of the league will
    only be happy once the Heat fail and this comes back to bite them in the ass.