LeBron James has put together an incredible highlight reel over his decorated 15-year NBA career, but a ridiculous play he pulled off during Thursday night’s Cavaliers-Sixers game may be a first.

James went with a behind-the-back dribble that went through Tristan Thompson’s legs, and then he finished the play with a highly difficult and-one, left-handed. And yes, Thompson is James’ Cavs teammate.

Here’s how the play looked when it happened live on the TNT national broadcast:

But the replay angle really showed off how amazing it was:


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