In a hypercompetitive Game Four in the Eastern Conference Finals between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers, LeBron James was momentarily hobbled when he landed on the foot of Lance Stephenson, rolling his ankle. A few moments later, he made one of the best blocks of this year's playoffs.

My goodness. As far as I'm concerned, this is the defensive equivalent to DeAndre Jordan's dunk over Brandon Knight earlier this season. In fact, George Hill shouldn't have even jumped. He should have just ducked out of the way without shooting the ball to avoid being embarrassed.

This game is currently going down to the wire, and it'll surely be a great finish as two of the first three games have been.