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Houston Rockets forward Trevor Ariza appeared to want none of Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James during the final minute of the second quarter of Thursday’s game at Toyota Center. 

With under 50 seconds remaining in the half, James drove toward the paint as Ariza offered little resistance. 

The three-time NBA champion finished the play by blowing past his opponent, who didn’t bother leaving his feet as James delivered a one-handed dunk. 

You probably made the right decision, Mr. Ariza. 


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