LeBron does The Silencer, Sam Cassell celebration after clutch shots vs. Pacers

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James had a night to remember against the Indiana Pacers Wednesday.

The Lakers didn’t lead until late in the fourth quarter in a game where Anthony Davis didn’t play because of a fever.

So, after returning from a one-game suspension, LeBron put the game on his shoulders to deliver a win.

The Lakers led 107-104 with a minute remaining in the fourth when James had Myles Turner isolated behind the arc. James stepped back to his left and drilled a deep three. On his way back on defense, he did the infamous Sam Cassell celebration.

Then, in overtime, the Lakers led 117-114 with just under two minutes left. LeBron had Domantas Sabonis on an isolation, but before the help defense arrived, he yet again stepped back to his left and swished a three. His infamous “The Silencer” celebration returned as the Lakers closed out the Pacers. LeBron had 39 points on the night.

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